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What's Worse Than Horse Slaughter?

mbowen300 Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 9:37 PM
i have been around the world and have eaten many things yes including the horse you rode in on sorry could not help myself . if you don't use them for food and other things .they will die from neglect or be abanded ,if you just have a vet kill them .they have to be buried some where .and if you just dig a hole and put them in you will have an even bigger problem .think horse owners take very good careof their horses .and they live far longer then in the wild .so they have had a good life .and now its over what happens after they die i don't think the horse cares .
When it comes to government action, the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Hold down gasoline prices to help motorists, and you create shortages. Punish landlords to protect tenants, and apartments get harder to find. Invade Iraq to spread freedom, and you get civil war.

Likewise, a change that may look harmful can serve benevolent purposes. Take the law just signed in Oklahoma to legalize the slaughter of horses for food. Counterintuitive though it may be, it will probably work to the ultimate benefit of horses.

Starting in 2006, Congress tried to end the killing of horses in...