The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) is urging its followers sign a petition urging President Obama to appoint an “Animal Protection Liaison” in the White House. This liaison would undoubtedly be promoting HSUS’s radical animal rights agenda.
The appeal comes directly from HSUS President and CEO, Wayne Pacelle. In it, he states,
“We have developed a change agenda for animals, which outlines 100 immediate steps the Obama Administration can take to help animals -- including millions of pets, farm animals, laboratory animals, and wildlife. With your help, we can ensure the Administration is addressing these critical animal protection issues in an ongoing and sustained way.”
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