Thursday, February 10, 2011

DNR Continues (Parody Alert!) To Interfere With Personal Freedom

How dare the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources limit the freedom of Wisconsin youth to kill wildlife with baseball bats, golf clubs and cars?

This is precisely the kind of nit-picky, bureaucratic DNR tyranny that Scott Walker and Cathy Stepp have to stop, or no one is going to want to come to our state for their thrill-killing quality time.

As Stepp herself wrote before Walker picked her to run the DNR:

"For example, people who go to work for the DNR's land, waste, and water bureaus tend to be anti-development, anti-transportation, and pro-garter snakes, karner blue butterflies, etc...This is in their nature; their make-up and DNA. So, since they're unelected bureaucrats who have only their cubicle walls to bounce ideas off of, they tend to come up with some pretty outrageous stuff that those of us in the real world have to contend with..."
 Pro garter It's a straight line. Animals over people.


nonquixote said...

I think it's better to be bouncing real ideas about a sustainable and healthy natural environment (with all those pesky trees, bugs and wildlife) as being essential to survival of human life, to be bouncing those ideas off of cubicle walls, than to be listening in the slightest way, to the very hollow thump of the illogical and ideological drivel bouncing off of the apparent cranial void between the ears of our new DNR Secretary.

When the DNA of some fantasy realm, future DNR workers allows them to live without air or water, then Ms Stepp's, "real world," problems might be more conveniently stuffed into her grotesquely misshapen environmental mold.

JPK said...

It's nice to know that Stepp is now one of those cubicled bureaucrats.

Wonder if she'll bash herself now.

Can you imagine her self-disgust?

She hates DNR bureaucrats. She is now a DNR bureaucrat. Logically, then, she must hate herself.