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Radical Pro-Hunting Group praises Obama pick for U.S. Fish & Wildlife Director

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  • Brennan Browne
    Between selecting anti-environmentalist / anti-animal welfarist, Ken Salazar to head the Dept. of Interior, and this latest choice for F&W director, we now
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 10, 2009
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      Between selecting anti-environmentalist / anti-animal welfarist, Ken Salazar to head the Dept. of Interior, and this latest choice for F&W director, we now know where Obama REALLY stands on wildlife issues. In case you have any doubts, he also released a statement last week confirming his intention to carry on Bush's fascist policy of targeting animal rights activists / environmentalists as TERRORISTS. Anybody wish they could rescind their vote for this traitor right about now?
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      U.S.Sportsmen Alliance Lauds U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Nomination

      6/10/09

       

      President
      Obama has announced that he will nominate Sam D. Hamilton to serve as the new Director
      of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS).

      “Sam
      is an excellent choice to be the new Director of FWS,” stated William Horn,
      director of federal affairs for the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance.  “He’s
      been great to work with over the years and brings much common sense to an agency
      with huge responsibility over the future of our natural resources.”

      Secretary
      of the Interior Ken Salazar also showered support on Mr. Hamilton, who has worked
      in the FWS for 30 years and is currently a senior biologist and manager heading
      FWS’ Southeast Region.

      In the press
      release announcing Hamilton’s pending nomination, Salazar stated that “Sam
      has vast experience with every aspect of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s
      mission, making him an ideal nominee to direct the agency.”

      Hamilton,
      became Southeast Regional Director in 1997 and has had extensive responsibility
      for a $484 million budget and 1,500-person work-force that operates in 10 states
      as well as the Caribbean.  In that capacity, Hamilton managed 350 federally
      endangered and threatened species and 128 national wildlife refuges.

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