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News :: Education : Environment
Animals Flunk These 2014 Candidates For Office
25 Oct 2014
From John Cornyn of Texas who shoots birds released from nets directly in front of him to John Kasich of Ohio who has slashed library funding while increasing bow and arrow hunting classes for children.
Animals flunk these candidates

John Cornyn, Republican running for Texas Senate, who helped slaughter 400 pheasants in 1 day. The cage raised birds were released in nets directly in front of him.

Joni Ernst, Republican running for Iowa Senate, who brags that she is tough and used to castrate piglets.

Mitch McConnell, Republican candidate for senate from Kentucky, who has helped KFC with its animal torture and who has done the bidding of Kentucky ranchers.

Bob Beauprez Republican running for Colorado governor who makes his living by murdering buffalo.

John Kasich, Republican running for Ohio governor who slashed library funds 5 times while increasing money to train children in how to kill animals with bows and arrows.

Doug Ducey, running for Arizona governor after working for the animal torturing company Procter and Gamble before building his own cowabusing corporation.

Bruce Rauner, Republican candidate for governor of Illinois, who likes to blast birds to death for recreation.

Jim Risch, Republican candidate for Idaho governor, who has destroyed animal habitat and been opposed by environmental groups because of his promotion of nature destroying off the road vehicles.

Steve Daines, Republican running for Senate from Montana, worked for the vivisector Procter and Gamble.
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