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Back the Staghunt Ban

category national | animal rights | opinion/analysis author Friday February 18, 2011 23:46author by Bernie Wright - Alliance for Animal Rights [AFAR]author email bigbrownrat at gmail dot comauthor phone 0872651720 Report this post to the editors

Fine Gael Cruel Anti-animal Position

Please print AFAR's poster calling on all voters to make use of their vote to keep Fine Gael out of power.

The majority of normal people do not want Stag hunting legalised again, even if the ban is not being enforced.

Place this poster in a prominent place to let people know how cruel they intend to be , that is if they get into Government.
They want STAG-HUNTING back!!! Its really unbelieveable.
Fine Gael-The Nasty Party
Fine Gael-The Nasty Party

Please only vote for decent, compassionate candidates,...Animals need protection from blood sports junkies!!!!!

Labour have promised to support the Green Parties Ban on Staghunting. Good for them!!

Related Link: http://www.afarireland.org
author by VERMIN WATCHpublication date Sat Feb 19, 2011 18:12author address author phone Report this post to the editors

John Boland , the infamous puppy Farmer in Offaly Laois area is actually trying to bget elected!
IS this a joke!!!

He has some cheek to run for election when he is Ireland's and possibly Europe's biggest animal exploiter!!!!!!

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Related Link: http://www.thejournal.ie/election-candidates-2011/.../john-boland/
author by The Shadowpublication date Sat Feb 19, 2011 21:11author address author phone Report this post to the editors

About as likely to happen as King Canute turning back the tide.FG is going to walk in.People have more worries than a few hares and deer.Jobs and employment has a great way of focussing the mind off lofty ideals.Not that FG will be providing much in jobs either,but we wil live in hope.

 
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