Friday, November 3, 2017

Joel Kleefisch right about kindergartener hunting rights

The State Assembly has eliminated the age limit for hunting in Wisconsin, and I just heard GOP State Rep. and hunt-everything-anywhere advocate Joel Kleefisch

say on AM 620 WTMJ radio that it should be up to the parents decision and not the state to decide deciding who can shoot in the woods.

I see his point, and I'm looking forward to his introducing legislation letting parents can decide when the kids can take van down the Interstate.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Really! So we have parents that aren't capable of properly taking care of their kids now.

You know "child neglect" and child neglect laws.

Yet now we are going to let them decided if their kids are capable to hunt.

Wow that should create some serious liabilities for the parents.

The state and it's 'leaders' (LOL) have lost their minds.