Judge to decide whether to block hors...

Judge to decide whether to block horse slaughter

There are 310 comments on the KMOV-TV Saint Louis story from Aug 2, 2013, titled Judge to decide whether to block horse slaughter. In it, KMOV-TV Saint Louis reports that:

A federal judge in Albuquerque is expected to decide Friday whether companies in New Mexico and Iowa can begin legally slaughtering horses, for the first time in the country since it was effectively banned in 2006.

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Horace

United States

#312 Dec 16, 2013
Try some horsetishire sauce on your horsburger.

It really harnesses the flavor.

“US Navy”

Since: Jan 10

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#313 Dec 16, 2013
Horsetishire, ROTF, that's good!!!
INFIDEL

Socorro, NM

#314 Dec 16, 2013
Shane wrote:
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well I'm from Missouri, and post under a variety of names according to my moods no great surprise all from Osceola Missouri. Green Watchdog does not- sticking to one name. There are no carpetbaggers on the issue of horse slaughter in Roswell, Infidel, as it is a federal issue using my tax dollars to try and kick start it and therefore is my business ! It costs $400,000 a year to pay for federal inspectors at each new horse slaughter plant and that is absurd as Americans don't eat horse meat and 80% of them oppose the misuse of their tax dollars to inspect meat sent to feed rich Japanese ! So if you want others to butt out of a "local" issue realize this 1) it isn't a local issue it's national, 2) tell your Attorney General you don't want buzzards circling over Roswell or the contaminated water you will soon be drinking if they start this thing up. Then your local cretins and imbeciles can go back to their important cosmic duty of repeating puns or making keen observations on other unimportant topix !
Well thanks to intrusive government EVERYTHING is a federal issue. I hate my tax dollars going to promote failure... like the EBT/Food Stamp program. I hate my tax dollars going to subsidize stupidity, like sports scholarships. I hate my tax dollars being spent to spy on our own people (The Homeland security agency). So good luck tilting with this monster but I'm tellin' ya... It's just a windmill.
Susan carter

Phoenix, AZ

#315 Dec 25, 2013
Dead horses in alleys..... Roswell has officially arrived !
Next it will be horse heads under bed covers, Congratulations!
THE GREEN WATCH DOG

Oklahoma City, OK

#316 Dec 25, 2013
Susan carter wrote:
Dead horses in alleys..... Roswell has officially arrived !
Next it will be horse heads under bed covers, Congratulations!
I agree with you. I went back and read a KRQE news report of this incident. At the beginning of the article they wrote that a ".......equine passed.....". I'm so convinced that Roswell has more real Aliens than anyplace on planet Earth. Corn Dog is one of their leaders. What I haven't figured out is how long they live in human years. In order to adjust in our environment, they have to blend in with us. As I have warned before, DONOT travel in or around Roswell and in Southern NM and Texas.

“US Navy”

Since: Jan 10

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#317 Dec 26, 2013
Susan carter wrote:
Dead horses in alleys..... Roswell has officially arrived !
Next it will be horse heads under bed covers, Congratulations!
Had the processing facility been open there would be no dead horses in alleys. They'd be on someones table and doing good instead of contaminating an alley.

Do Spanish horses taste better with chili?

“US Navy”

Since: Jan 10

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#318 Dec 26, 2013
THE GREEN WATCH DOG wrote:
<quoted text>I agree with you. I went back and read a KRQE news report of this incident. At the beginning of the article they wrote that a ".......equine passed.....". I'm so convinced that Roswell has more real Aliens than anyplace on planet Earth. Corn Dog is one of their leaders. What I haven't figured out is how long they live in human years. In order to adjust in our environment, they have to blend in with us. As I have warned before, DONOT travel in or around Roswell and in Southern NM and Texas.
Shoo little horse fly.

“no one told me”

Since: Dec 07

Denver

#319 Dec 26, 2013
THE GREEN WATCH DOG wrote:
<quoted text> I think you are confused or drunk with too much horse meat. Or one stomped on you head! You must be thinking of the Canadian River. But I doubt you are. Ever heard of it?
Sure, it's in Canada, right? Actually my favorite is the Cinnamon River, yummy on toast with sugar and butter. lol
Horace

United States

#320 Dec 26, 2013
CornDogz wrote:
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Do Spanish horses taste better with chili?
Yep, but eat enough and you soon start talking with a lisp.

“US Navy”

Since: Jan 10

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#321 Dec 26, 2013
Draft horses go great with a big schooner of beer.

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