Give 'em enough rope...

The Bush administration's appointments keep getting more and more bizarre. You'll never guess who they chose to be the acting director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. None other than Matthew J. Hogan. Hogan was formerly the chief lobbyist for Safari Club International, an extreme trophy hunting organization that advocates the killing of rare species around the world. The utter disregard that Dubya and his minions show is staggering.

Read this article via The Humane Society

1 comment:

Mixter said...

I was hoping this was a joke. (It wouldn't have been funny anyway, but still...)

This administration scares me more and more each day. I may yet resort to hunting employment outside the USA!