First they came for my Pomeranian…

Ignorant pipe fondler, Joe-the-Plumber, says that the Human Society is out to enslave us all!

JtP gives a really chilling view of “Breeders in MO” (good lord, Ashcroft was from MO, and I don’t want to think about that gelatinous slob breeding) and drive all of our food production overseas so that we will be left eating grubs and gnawing on bark, instead of gulping down gallons of Slurpees and Turbo Dogs, as God intended:

These new regulations will put almost every breeder in Missouri out of business forcing the price of dogs to sky rocket and allowing pet ownership only for the very wealthy. But this bill is just a stepping stone. HSUS eventually wants to extend this law to ALL animals. Their idea of utopia is a United States with NO animal ownership; NO meat to eat; NO pets; NO hunting; NO fishing; NO service animals. If chicken farmers would be forced to own no more than 50 chickens they could no longer afford to stay in business. The same will hold true with hog farmers and cattle ranchers. Eventually, agri-business will be forced to go over seas, just as our manufacturing and tech industries.

Oh, Noes! Not Continental Cows!

(Fair Warning: the link goes to Andrew Breitbart’s Big Government)

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0 Responses to First they came for my Pomeranian…

  1. Sue J says:

    This overseas agri-business stuff could cause a real problem for India, what with the cows being scared and all ….


  2. Dimitrios says:

    Somebody tell Sam the Sham that this will only affect Dick Cheney, and he has enough money to pay for all the puppies he can eat.


  3. Reamus says:

    When did he become an expert on this shit…Hey Joe, your are so yesterday so just STFU will ya?


  4. Demeur says:

    Maybe Joe would like to care for the hundreds of abandoned animals that are getting dumped at shelters because people can’t afford to feed them. Anybody need a cat? We have one shelter here with over 100. Needless to say they can’t take any more. Our local shelter is now broke because one lady had a puppy mill with hundreds of dogs many sick and definitely neglected.


    • Tengrain says:

      Only 100? Demeur, Animal abandonment is one of the great untold stories of the Great Recession. You know… that might make a really interesting investigative bit of journalism. I’m guessing that a lot of people are probably turning in the family pet out of kindness, and others are releasing them into the wild. There must be some stats.

      Scissorheads – anyone interested in exploring this?




  5. Looks like Joe is desperately reaching for his sixteenth minute.