Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Entertainment for Horse Slaughter Enthuisiasts

Congreso Nacional Charro Puebla 2011
Not surprisingly, horse slaughter aficionados evidently like their leisure time entertainment to be just as repugnant and offensive as their day jobs (which by all accounts seems to be solely focused on killing and eating horses).

Sue Wallis, an obscure and ethically challenged representative from Wyoming, proudly shares that one of her favorite pastimes is watching the "sport" of horse tripping.  For those not  familiar, all one needs to do is "Google" the term to find out more than they probably ever wanted to know about this shockingly abusive activity that has been banned in numerous states including California, Florida, Illinois, Maine, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas as well as in film and TV production, and by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA). In addition, there is pending legislation to outlaw it in other states as well.

Of course, never one to be shy about her flagrant defense and promotion of any and all types of animal cruelty, Ms Wallis' free time spent enjoying something like horse tripping elicits no more of a response than "duh."


  1. It would be rite up her big ally to think Horse Tripping is a form of entertainment because her compassion level is nill. Hay, Sue what do you say I make you run and I will laso your leg, would not be hard to do,

    1. That's a great idea Jeannie yes!

  2. Catherine RitlawMay 18, 2013 at 11:00 AM

    Sue Wallis is a sociopath.