Written by PETA
Not content with bludgeoning fish to death, Sarah Palin has now gone out and shot herself a caribou on her reality TV show Sarah Palin's Alaska. PETA V.P. Dan Mathews blasted the trigger-happy Alaskan: "Sarah seems to think that resorting to violence and blood and guts may lure people into watching her boring show," he said, "But the ratings remain as dead as the poor animals she shoots."
After successfully "taking" a caribou (it took her almost as many tries as it did for her to graduate from college), Palin proudly proclaimed that taking the life of another sentient being gave her "a great feeling of accomplishment."
We rather think that the accomplishment of these Alaskans, who reportedly saved four deer who were in danger of drowning, is a bit more impressive.
Written by Alisa Mullins
i HATE sarah palin hate is a strong word but it just sums up everything i feel for her... how could they air this crap on tv and why is there still no laws that make hunting illegal???killing an animal is the same thing as killing a human child
Come on now guys! There are worse things than going and killing a moose. While I do not believe in trophy hunting, I see no wrong when you're hunting to survive. Anyway, there are a lot more important things going on than killing caribou. I assume most, if not all of you, are vegetarians. I suggest you go and Google SB 510, and then go contact your senator. Have a good day!
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