Politico‘s Pulitzer Prize winning editorial cartoonist Matt Wuerker weighs in on Idaho Rep. Mike Simpson’s use of a Congressional Rider to attempt to deny bighorn sheep protections on national forests in order to allow a few lone sheepman access to graze domestic sheep that transmit deadly disease to imperiled bighorns on National Forest public lands.

 

A Big Bonehead (Cartoon by: Matt Wuerker | Date: May. 24, 2012)

 
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5 Responses to A Big Bonehead

  1. avatar Kristi says:

    Nothing and nobody could have put this any better! I love it.

  2. avatar Ralbert says:

    Thanks for motivating me to bust my ass to restore the native Bighorn sheep of the Salmon River, Mr. Simpson. I can only hope that the Bighorns will prevail in court in the next couple of weeks.

  3. avatar TC says:

    That is fantastic!

  4. avatar JB says:

    So where does this leave Simpson with sportsmen? He was the hero of some (many?) with the wolf delisting rider, but now he shows his true colors–it appears that it was/is all about livestock after all?

  5. avatar Jerry says:

    There must be something wrong with the people of Idaho that they continue to elect screwballs like this clown.

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