Pretty much everything that used to be a given thirty years ago is now seen as cuckoo and/or evil in the United States of WTF.
If you believe that a proper marriage is between a man and a woman then according to the “Nuevo Thought Police of The New Millennium” you’re a demonic bigot who wants to kill Neil Patrick Harris and hates flight attendants.
Also, if you believe that an able bodied adult should invest in an alarm clock, get off their butt and earn their own cash, and that the government owes us jack squat, then according to the Liberal fascists “you’re a capitalistic heartless/soulless pig who loathes the down trodden.“
Sadly, this is our reality here in the United States of Whiners. As Phil Collins said, “’This is the world we live in.” And as Satan says, “Welcome to Hell.” Who’d have ever thought that any of the aforementioned would be frowned upon in the Land Of The Free?
So … how do we, the hunters, traverse this tricky milieu of political correctness that has been foisted upon us who hunt this 3rd rock from the sun?
Herewith are My 10 Commandments for Dealing With Anti-Hunting, Doe-Eyed, Tree-Humpers. Check it out:
1. Be Bold. The Left loves to play the shame game, especially on Facebook. However, as a hunter, you cannot cave to these clowns when they try to cow you into complicity or shame because you put the bam to Bambi. Matter of fact, next time some hipster doofus asks you with that tsk-tsk tone of shock and derision, as he wears leather and eats store bought poisoned meat, “Are you a hunter?”, say, “Yeah, Tinkerpot, I am. What are you?” Now, I wouldn’t go looking for trouble but I certainly wouldn’t back down. Everyone else is “proud” nowadays. Why shouldn’t you be? As a hunter/conservationist you have just cause to walk with your head held high.
2. Get Briefed. Every hunter is an apologist for hunting and hunters and we’re either good or bad at it. Get good at it. Make it your sport and have fun informing, and if need be, decimating the anti-hunting cabal with the overwhelming intel of how good hunting is for both animals and our planet. Some great fodder for debate is Frank Miniter’s book, The Politically Incorrect Guide To Hunting, my book Rise, Kill And Eat, The Vegetarian Myth by Lierre Keith and Game Changer by Glen Martin.
3. Feed Your Social Media Feed With Facts As Much As You Do Pics. Great hunters like Simon Barr, Craig Boddington, Larry Weishuhn, Ivan Carter, Shaun Keeny, Dave Fulson and Tom and Olivia Opre have done a fantastic job of Facebooking great memes that succinctly underscore the profound mutli-facteted perks hunting brings to this game of life.
4. Obey The Law (Duh). Never, and I mean never, hunt illegally. When in doubt… don’t.
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