His context: justifying the Wisconsin wolf hunt.
"The DNR is ready to put the rules in place that will allow them to reduce the herd to a healthy, sustainable level," Walker said in a statement.Too bad Walker did not apply "sustainable" to wetlands, wind energy, Ojibwe rice-growing and transit, as his approach and actions in all these areas makes a mockery of sustainability.
And "wolf herd?"
While that might be technically correct, isn't wolf "pack," which is also correct, more recognizable?
Methinks "herd" conjurers up deer, a more familiar animal in a less-controversial hunt.
Regardless, hearing Walker say "sustainable is like hearing Col. Sanders say "healthy,"or Fox touting "news."