Response to “Slaughterhouse” Sue Wallis and Dave “Doink” Duquette’s Blood Blog B.S.
Dear Sue and Dave,
I am normally the most in favor of talking as respectful adults to one another, but as you have stooped to such petty levels, I cannot help but indulge for just a moment and write you a letter in your kind of sarcastic language.
I am slightly surprised that you feel so threatened by small individual Facebook pages.
I do apologize, but I am admittedly amused, that you have to spend your day searching the internet for any little straw you can clamp onto in order to give your outrageous claims any kind of meat (or merit). Of course when you can’t make yourself look good, then all there is left to do, is make up anything you can think of to make the opposition look bad, so I totally understand where you are coming from.
I can’t blame you for being so insecure, because of course you already know that you are fighting a loosing battle, even if you had no opposition at all.
We know it, and you know it: You cannot magically make the deadly carcinogens in horse meat disappear. This really makes all of your beautiful dreams of feeding it to innocent children a bit of a delusion, doesn’t it.
We know it and you know it: Breeders are the CREATORS of the problems that you so convincingly seek to find the answers to and it’s getting difficult for you to make them look like the victims. We herewith invite every breeder to take back the horses they bred, that now are without homes, and take care of them, as this is their responsibility, no one else’s.
We know it and you know it: Your concoction of “let’s save the poor starving horses” doesn’t fly, because the killer buyers are praying on the young, fat and healthy horses, instead of the old, sick and skinny ones, don’t they.
We know it and you know it: The abandoned horses aren’t the ones ending up in the slaughter plants either, for the simple fact that their owners chose to abandon them instead. It is hard to convince Americans that we don’t have the option of horse slaughter available isn’t it, that is because everyone knows that we do!
Here is one that you may not know, as I have a degree in economics and you don’t, let me educate you to the fist economic principle that I learned.
Increase supply = Decrease of value. Decrease supply = Increase of value.
Isn’t that what you say that you want, an increase in horse values?
But let’s get back to what you know:
We know it and you know it: Anyone with any math skills, can figure out who truly poses a threat to the health of our public lands: A. 3 million cattle (AUM’s), or B. 25,000 wild horses (AUM’s). Get your calculators out, oops, that answer makes it tricky to justify your intolerance towards the wild ones, doesn’t it.
We know it and you know it: If there even was one hair on your bodies that cared about horses at all, you would stop promoting your ludicrous barbaric solutions to your self created problems, and instead be promoting to turn those 32 million dollars of breeding incentives into gelding funds, euthanasia funds (real euthanasia that is) and funds for horse rescues. But you wont be thinking of those types of solutions, will you.
We know it and you know it: If you cared about the American Tax payer an inkling, or if you cared about your own grand children for that matter, then you would think it a bad idea to rob the taxpayer in order to finance the robbery of our wild horse heritage from our children and grand children.
If the lot of you had more than a 4th graders brain capacity, perhaps there is hope that you could figure out that the simplest solution to the problems is to STOP CREATING THE PROBLEMS !!
But sadly, you appear to have paid no attention in those first few grades, because you certainly haven’t learned your basic life lessons of how to share (with the wild ones), have a little compassion (for the ones on whose back we built this country), not be selfish (make them suffer for those last few dollars) and not to lie (about your true motives of greed).
So good luck in trying to find better lies to convince the American public with and thank you for making the strategic mistake of doing it in such a public place. You make it too easy for us to expose you for who you really are.
Please feel free to post this letter UNEDITED on your blog. (I doubt you have the guts)
With utmost sincerity,
- Slaughterhouse Sue’s Big Fat ‘F”arce: Wyoming faces attack of the horse eaters (ppjg.wordpress.com)
- Re-Elected Wyoming Horse Eater Plans Slaughter Gala (rtfitch.wordpress.com)
- Pay No Attention to the Elephants: Who is the REAL Guest of Honor at the Summit of the Horse? (ppjg.wordpress.com)