Why does Ashley Judd hate caribou?

Bagging a celebutard tag here. I love typing celebutard as much as I love wolves too Ms. Judd-without-a-clue. And since your story won’t go away (Google/People/glossies hate Sarah Palin as much as you and Defenders of Wildlife do, but they make more money, d’oh). Disclaimer, I’m a bunny and tree hugging advocate too, but unlike you, I do it for free. I guess that makes me a real compassionate earth loving Bambi hugging dork. Anyhoo…

For one thing, Alaska isn’t Hollyweird. And another thing, you didn’t do your homework, so you may want to fire your PR guy. But I digress, here, Ms. Judd are my suggestions for your next round of compassion:

Millions of Red Winged Blackbirds killed every year to save BIRD SEED crops!

Cormorants slaughtered to protect FISH FARMS !

Millibrazillions more of Canada Goose eggs will be squished or sprayed to save human lives on airliners and so golfers can enjoy their Sunday rounds once again.

All are perfectly legal actions. You owe Governor Palin an apology. Not because you disagree with her, but because you’re part of the problem, not the solution.


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5 responses to “Why does Ashley Judd hate caribou?

  1. Bridgett

    OMG!!! Ashley Judd is a true NUT CASE!!
    Why in the world would ANYONE make a video about something they know absolutely NOTHING about????
    She is just another out of work actress with nothing to do and needing some bucks. Idiot. With all the people emailing Kohl’s, I hope they let her go too.
    She is a spokesperson for Kohl’s. The carry her make up. She needs make up and a new PR person. She truly has made many enemys after that video. Good work Judd!

  2. I did not know about Kohl’s. Thanks Bridgett!

  3. As you know, I am a full time pet rescuer. Noone bleeds for the animals more than I do.

    But, even I can see through the folly of this indictment against Sarah Palin. It is a shallow view, to be sure…. when any animal rights group “defends” a species and does not consider the full impact on the ecosystem involved.

    Wolves have been a constant struggle for human beings. We drove them almost to extinction, then we brought them back. Now we must have a way of controlling their numbers…. because they are among the most clever and adaptable of species. And they have no natural enemies.

  4. angels81

    So the way to control the wolf population is to shot them from air planes? Wolfs tend to keep the Caribou population strong by weeding out the sick, weak and old. I think there are better ways controlling the wolf population, then putting a bounty on them and shooting them from the air.

  5. I wish there was a better way angel 😦 I’m a huge proponent of immunocontraception to control wildlife populations, which has been tested with great success on deer at Fire Island in New York. But hunters have a stronger lobby than we bunny huggers.

    The Alaska tundra makes it impossible to track wolves on the ground and I’m going to assume Ms. Judd’s never been there. People do depend on healthy caribou and moose populations to feed themselves.

    Stray Yellar Dawg makes excellent points in the comment above yours, especially that only Sarah Palin’s being targeted? Afterall, when Defenders of Wildlife attacked her last fall, they raised over a million dollars. Why can’t they take that money and help Gov. Palin figure out a more humane method?