Through the centuries, mankind’s archrival has been the wolf. Consequently, moonbats object to the new movie The Grey:
They say “The Grey” wrongly portrays wolves as massive, bloodthirsty beasts [no kidding]. And some wildlife groups are organizing a boycott.
When a plane crash strands a scruffy bunch of guys in the wilds of Alaska, they find themselves going mano a mano against some very mean looking wolves.
“I sat in a theater and the trailer came on and … I was just, oh, I just felt sick when I saw it,” says Wendy Keefover of WildEarth Guardians, a group that’s trying to get the gray wolf back on the Endangered Species List.
According to Wendy,
“You know wolves are expressive, intelligent and emotive beings, and the crisis is not wolves killing people, but literally wolves being wiped out.”
Placing wolves on the Endangered Species List would literally wipe out most ranchers, as well as leading to more wolves killing people.
Instead of stamping her feet and pouting, Wendy ought to go to the movie and root for the wolves. Better still, she should go out into the forest and befriend these expressive and emotive beings, the way Timothy Treadwell did with bears.
On a tip from Steve T. Hat tip: Black Bear Blog.