ACTION ALERT~from The Cavalry Group~Urge Yor Representatives to vote NO to the Horse Protection Act-HR 1518~Taking Action for Animals and Protecting Your Rights

HSUS is working hard to destroy our way of life by supporting BAD bills that they likely wrote, are supporting and put in the hands of  representatives in Congress. The attack is on ALL animals…with all sorts of claims and twisted reasoning spending Taxpayer money as if it cost nothing for these useless and harmful laws and regulations while there are already existing laws.

“In a year when Congress is looking for every possible way to create jobs and stimulate the economy, this misguided and deceptive bill would destroy what is left of the walking horse industry and do NOTHING to stop cruelty!  Let’s enforce the laws we already have — we don’t need NEW laws!”

http://the-cavalry-group.rallycongress.com/8071/urge-congress-to-vote-no-on-deceptive-amendment-to-horse-protecti/

Urge Congress to VOTE NO on the deceptive amendment to the Horse Protection Act H.R. 1518

Urge Congress to VOTE NO on the deceptive amendment to the Horse Protection Act H.R. 1518

• H.R. 1518/S. 1406, was written and sponsored by the Humane Society of the United States, an animal rights organization that seeks to destroy all animal ownership.  

•  H.R. 1518/S.1406 vastly expands the jurisdiction of federal inspectors and calls for oversight without funding.  

• H.R. 1518/S. 1406 does NOTHING to address the problem of unethical participants who are already in violation of existing laws. H.R. 1518 amends the Horse Protection Act which already imposes strong rules and regulations on the Tennessee Walking Horse Industry. 

• Issues penalties based on the standards of the animal rights groups.

• The economic impact of H.R. 1518/S.1406 would be detrimental to farriers, veterinarians, feed and tack companies, restaurants, motels, retail stores, trailer/truck dealers, and many more businesses.

• If passed, H.R. 1518/S. 1406  will remove  all pads, weighted shoes, and all action devices from show horses of three specified breeds—Tennessee Walking Horse, Racking Horse, and Spotted Saddle Horse. 

In a year when Congress is looking for every possible way to create jobs and stimulate the economy, this misguided and deceptive bill would destroy what is left of the walking horse industry and do NOTHING to stop cruelty!  Let’s enforce the laws we already have — we don’t need NEW laws!

Please act now and urge Congress to VOTE NO on H.R. 1518/S. 1406!

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What an enormous help this is in helping YOU to send your message. Takes just a few minutes of your time…Just follow the link and  put in your zip code…Your message will be personalized with your information and sent to your representative-It really could not be any easier!!! 

http://the-cavalry-group.rallycongress.com/10082/stop-hsus-deceptive-hr-1998/

Thank you Cavalry for all you efforts to stop bad deceptive legislation from HSUS/BCR/GFAS and the other Animal Rights Extremists Nazi Gestopos!!!

Disclaimer connected to this blog…Things said are of my opinion and the opinions of others…Stay tuned  -B

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~ by topcatsroar on August 6, 2014.

One Response to “ACTION ALERT~from The Cavalry Group~Urge Yor Representatives to vote NO to the Horse Protection Act-HR 1518~Taking Action for Animals and Protecting Your Rights”

  1. You’re right, the laws and rules already on the books should be enforced.
    However, because this is the good ol boy system, what really NEEDS to happen is those within this facet of the Walker show world need to “police their own”, and when they won’t, then it allows assholes to get a foot-hold and ban everything and not just the caustic agents, the “sweats”, “running hot nails” and soring the horses, etc.

    I don’t have a problem with a slightly weighted shoe, or smooth chains, but because people within the Walker community either “go along” and do the same things in order to be competitive, or are too afraid to “police their own”, then the whacko know-nothings take charge, over react like they ALWAYS do, and make enough noise they get heard…….THEN the politicians go into “cover their ass mode” so they look like “they are doing something” (even though they usually don’t know their asses from a hole in the ground either, and actually and probably couldn’t care less if horses are injured, in pain performing, etc) and all sorts of people get in on the act when if the experienced folks involved who the crappy soring and cheating to enhance the horses gait were actually affected by had simply “policed themselves” this would not be an issue and the bad apples and jackasses would have been weeded out by their own.

    The problem also is that the powerful people in any association call the shots and do what I call “fad breeding” and “fad training” in order to give them an edge in the show ring.
    So the judges knowing what side their bread is buttered on and not wanting to be blackballed from judging job (because many of the judges were trainers and competitors themselves, but then they shift over to making their money from full time judging at big shows which is fairly lucrative at the top levels, but then don’t have anything else to fall back on if they piss off the powerful people in control in whatever area and breed of the horse industry it is, so they know who they have to “pin” in classes even if they don’t agree with the way the horse is being shown).
    So when the other competitors begin to breed horses in a certain way that wins in the halter classes, or begin to “fad train” for something that has been winning in the show ring by the people who started the whole thing, then the powerful people move on to another fad to keep their edge over other people, and the judges reward it because they don’t want the powerful people from getting them black-balled on judging assignments because they wouldn’t pin their horses high in the class.
    A vicious circle, and one of the reasons I gave up my Olympic dressage dream because I didn’t think what was happening competitively in dressage was correct, and it was moving away from the classical basis of dressage to more like “fads” and “tricks” and “circus training”.

    So it does behoove competitors to either police themselves, or form new associations where the playing field is far more level and fair and not slanted. Just my opinions from being in many, many show rings, with many breeds of horses, in many different disciplines and styles of training and competing.

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