Every year since 2009 the Int’l Fund for Horses has selected a horse protection issue, to zone in on and give critical focus to, for the entire month of March. March campaigns in the past have been March Against Horse Slaughter (twice), March for Mustangs, and last year’s March for PMU Horses.
This year we have chosen the wild horse and burro issue, and are putting together several never-done-before campaigns. They are both bold and innovative.
These campaigns will require intensive lobbying in Washington DC. Your contribution is critical to making March for Wild Horses successful. We are not only talking donations here, but also your calls, faxes, letters, networking on social media and protests. We cannot stress how important it is for you to be active.
Naturally, we cannot give you too many details, as that would give the game away, but it will involve BLM funding, investigations and public lands management friendly to all wildlife.
Our March for Wild Horses campaigns are designed to be bipartisan so that what we ask will be appealing to both Republicans and Democrats.
However, if we do not get the desired response in a timely fashion to our March for Wild Horses, we are preparing to file a class action lawsuit against the federal government regarding fraudulent spending of taxpayer dollars.
Are you ready? February is a short month so we are just weeks away. Ken Salazar will be glad he left.
WHAT DR SEUSS MIGHT SAY ABOUT AMERICA’S WILD HORSES AND BURROS
I do not like this, Uncle Ken,
I do not like this BLM.
I do not like these dirty crooks,…
or how they lie and cook the books.
I do not like when Congress steals,
I do not like their secret deals.
I do not like their blatant lies,
I do not like their secret ties!
I do not like this round-up spree —
It’s not just killing horses, it’s killing me!
by Tom Gaile, printed with permission by author
Image of Wild Horses: Richard Wear / Fine Art America.