Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Live bait proposal is shocking

I just sat down in a comfy easy chair to read the March 2 edition of the Mountain Express and oh, my goodness, I was shocked into tears, literally (and particularly when I went online and saw a picture of that adorable little dog held by chains) and read your article about Sen. Jeff Siddoway saying he would use his wife's dog, Sophie, as live bait for catching unsuspecting wolves.

Is this an awful joke or is it for real? Poor Sophie. She must be totally traumatically stressed whether her "parents" know it or not. What kind of "parents" would ever put their pet dog in such a horrible situation?

I could go on and on. However, I know that you'll be getting a lot of similar emails. So, I'll just stop here. However, I do think that Sophie should be taken away from this dangerous home. What must Siddoway's children think of this? Maybe next on his agenda is putting one of them out as live bait.

Hopefully, since Jeff's term is expiring in 2012, he'll not be re-elected.

Margot Van Horn


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