Discussion Starter · #1 ·
not XD related but i know many of you hunt and fish so here you go. Sportsmen's rights are taking a backseat to animal rights as a popular female stock car driver uses her car to promote the nation's largest anti-hunting group. Kari Miller, a short track racecar driver who competes in the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series, has added a Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) sticker to her sponsor decals. Miller is promoting the group's Give Wildlife A Brake campaign. It is meant to help drivers avoid collisions with wildlife and educate them about helping injured animals along the roadside. "As with many HSUS campaigns, Give Wildlife A Brake sounds innocent, lending credibility to the organization despite its true goal of ending animal use including hunting," said U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance President Bud Pidgeon. "But sportsmen must not forget that when money is donated to a seemingly harmless HSUS program, that frees up funds for the group to invest in anti-sportsmen campaigns." Miller's also plugs anti-hunting organizations on her website, www.karimiller.com links page directs visitors to "Some of Kari's Favorite Sites" including HSUS and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). The 2005 racing season kicked off May 1, and thousands of spectators and fans will see Miller's support for the HSUS every Sunday throughout the summer.