Hundreds of donkeys abandoned in ling...

Hundreds of donkeys abandoned in lingering drought

There are 20 comments on the Bellingham Herald story from Mar 29, 2012, titled Hundreds of donkeys abandoned in lingering drought. In it, Bellingham Herald reports that:

With pastures withered from a lingering drought, farmers in Texas and northwest Louisiana have abandoned donkeys by the hundreds, turning them into wandering refugees that have severely tested animal rescue groups.

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Breitbart

Maple Shade, NJ

#1 Mar 29, 2012
Reminds me of what will happen to the democratic party after Obama destroys them.
OutFOXed

Chandler, AZ

#2 Mar 29, 2012
Sign of hard times - First it's your A$$, then you.....
Breitbart

Maple Shade, NJ

#3 Mar 29, 2012
The democrats feel a lot like those asses after following Obama. Now they are being laughed at in the Supreme Court. I tell all the democrats to go screw themsaleves and I am right.
Xstain Fatwass Central

Philadelphia, PA

#4 Mar 29, 2012
Breitbart wrote:
The democrats feel a lot like those....
Hey mongoloid, tell us when it's climate change, okay? I mean the moment you have the "sudden" realization let us know.
Breitbart

Maple Shade, NJ

#5 Mar 29, 2012
Xstain Fatwass Central wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey mongoloid, tell us when it's climate change, okay? I mean the moment you have the "sudden" realization let us know.
Are you Spike Lee making another mistake?

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#6 Mar 29, 2012
Talk about irresponsible. I thought Texas was one of those places where everyone harps on accountability and personal responsibility.

Step up to the plate, you whining dirtbags. Take care of your animals! What's next? Your children?
Xstain Fatwass Central

Philadelphia, PA

#7 Mar 29, 2012
Breitbart wrote:
<quoted text>Are you Spike Lee making another mistake?
Hey admitted and apologized for that.

Again, you constapo, racist Tea Baggers let us know the _moment_ it dawns on you that something is wrong with the climate.

On balance though, I'm glad the severe drought happening in lunkhead, jeebus prayer day Perry's state and not in NJ. NJ is by and large a blue state.

Same for all the tornadoes. When is Pat Robertson going to blame all the buybull thumpers there for their misfortune. He always blames the victims of natural and manmade disasters....
OutFOXed

Chandler, AZ

#8 Mar 29, 2012
Xstain Fatwass Central wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey admitted and apologized for that.
Again, you constapo, racist Tea Baggers let us know the _moment_ it dawns on you that something is wrong with the climate.
On balance though, I'm glad the severe drought happening in lunkhead, jeebus prayer day Perry's state and not in NJ. NJ is by and large a blue state.
Same for all the tornadoes. When is Pat Robertson going to blame all the buybull thumpers there for their misfortune. He always blames the victims of natural and manmade disasters....
The Gestopo is a socialist invention as in "National Socialist German Worker's Party" (NAZI). <wink>
Xstain Fatwass Central

Philadelphia, PA

#9 Mar 29, 2012
OutFOXed wrote:
<quoted text>
The Gestopo is a socialist invention as in "National Socialist German Worker's Party" (NAZI). <wink>
And North Korea is actually the "_Democratic_ People's Republic of Korea," you mongoloid.

Now go back to your Glenn Beck show and buy some more over priced gold coins.

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#10 Mar 29, 2012
OutFOXed wrote:
<quoted text>
The Gestopo is a socialist invention as in "National Socialist German Worker's Party" (NAZI). <wink>
Did you read the first line of Nazism on Wikipedia? Go back and do your research and read up on what Nazism really is and how close it mirrors the beliefs of neo-conservatives.

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#11 Mar 29, 2012
Breitbart wrote:
The democrats feel a lot like those asses after following Obama. Now they are being laughed at in the Supreme Court. I tell all the democrats to go screw themsaleves and I am right.
Hey Breitbart. You're dead. Go rot somewhere. No one misses you.
mystery speaker

United States

#12 Mar 29, 2012
Nazi party and donkeys?
We all know what happened to the socialist party they either cringed at their captives or fell with the slain.
As for the donkeys where are all the humaine and animal societys in place to help and protect these animals? Or are they like every other organisation that gets the funding they need yet can't do their jobs?

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#13 Mar 29, 2012
mystery speaker wrote:
Nazi party and donkeys?
We all know what happened to the socialist party they either cringed at their captives or fell with the slain.
As for the donkeys where are all the humaine and animal societys in place to help and protect these animals? Or are they like every other organisation that gets the funding they need yet can't do their jobs?
this is exactly what is wrong with people. They don't read, but they think they know enough to make a comment based on what they don't know.

Read the last sentence. What does it say about animal rescue groups?

With pastures withered from a lingering drought, farmers in Texas and northwest Louisiana have abandoned donkeys by the hundreds, turning them into wandering refugees that have severely tested animal rescue groups.
Donkey DOO

San Antonio, TX

#14 Mar 29, 2012
PayThat CEO wrote:
Talk about irresponsible. I thought Texas was one of those places where everyone harps on accountability and personal responsibility.
Step up to the plate, you whining dirtbags. Take care of your animals! What's next? Your children?
The not taking care of kids only happens in Coward County, Location Hidden, USA.
Donkey DOO

San Antonio, TX

#15 Mar 29, 2012
PayThat CEO wrote:
<quoted text>
Did you read the first line of Nazism on Wikipedia? Go back and do your research and read up on what Nazism really is and how close it mirrors the beliefs of neo-conservatives.
It didn't say a damn thing about flogging your donkey.
Anonymous

Swarthmore, PA

#16 Mar 29, 2012
This like what happens with the Senate and Congress let out.
Sheik Yerbouti

Lambertville, NJ

#17 Mar 29, 2012
Only a degenerate moron would inject politics into a story about animal cruelty! Conservatards have no class at all!
Xstain Fatwass Central

Philadelphia, PA

#18 Mar 29, 2012
Sheik Yerbouti wrote:
Only a degenerate moron would inject politics into a story about animal cruelty! Conservatards have no class at all!
I'm not sure I agree, since the TX drought is a direct result of over development and lack of water conservation policies for decades. It's about Americans hogging and over using resources.

In a less directly provable way, it's about lack of action for decades on requiring more mpg from cars, not developing mass transit, not investing in renewable energy, and in climate change denial.

These are all political matters, and we know who the morons are at every step along the way.

As for the animals, the Texans are also being forced to sell their cattle - they can't feed and water them. So this isn't only about the farmers' cruelty.

After all, the cow like, stunned, TX football coaches are just now figuring out what heat stroke is - after a score or so of their athletes dropped on the field, many dead, during last year's 100+ days of 100+ heat, or whatever it was. These are not sophisticated, informed people we're talking about. These are people organizing government proclaimed jeeebus prayer days in response to a lack of rain....

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#19 Mar 30, 2012
Where's Rick Perry? Shouldn't he be trying to help his people? Oh, that's right. He's a Republican. Ain't no help going on there.
Breitbart

Maple Shade, NJ

#20 Mar 30, 2012
Xstain Fatwass Central wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey admitted and apologized for that.
Again, you constapo, racist Tea Baggers let us know the _moment_ it dawns on you that something is wrong with the climate.
On balance though, I'm glad the severe drought happening in lunkhead, jeebus prayer day Perry's state and not in NJ. NJ is by and large a blue state.
Same for all the tornadoes. When is Pat Robertson going to blame all the buybull thumpers there for their misfortune. He always blames the victims of natural and manmade disasters....
He admitted that he's a jerk-off. That's about it, cous.

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