Saturday, April 10, 2010


One of the many causes that Willie Nelson has put his efforts behind is one to prevent the U.S. from allowing horses to be slaughtered and sold to overseas meat vendors. The arguement in favor of selling horsemeat is, if the horses are starving, why not let people eat them instead of predators in the wild, and make some money?  Of course, that's the way it starts: once a demand is created, then horses will end up being kept in the same prison camps used for cows, chickens and pigs. What an awful thought. Well, I try not to get too political here, but that's the way I feel. Read more about this at The Tennessean.

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