Big money, big hunt clubs are on the move to pressure congress to delist wolves nationwide and they don’t want that subject to judicial review. And this will allow states to manage wolves (we all know what that means).
Let’s make it very clear to Washington D.C. We want to keep the dirty politics out of the Endangered Species Act. Our rare and endangered wildlife are not a bargaining chip for big money!
#KeepWolvesListed join the #TWEETSTORM @ your US senator and @ your US House of Representative
When: January 20, 2015 storm all day!
Get involved! Join the storm! Follow the instructions below:
Who is my US House of Representatives, find out who they are here:http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/
Who is my US senator, find out who they are here: https://www.opencongress.org/people/zipcodelookup
*please note: If you are not on Twitter call your US senator and US House of Representatives on 01/20/15 to tell them keep wolves listed and you want to keep the dirty politics out of the Endangered Species Act. Our rare and endangered resources are not a bargaining chip for big money!
Use the following tweet on the day of the storm. Use it only once. You do not need to re tweet it. Do not RT (re tweet). In the @ part you must put your US senator and your US House of Representatives. Here is my example: @tammybaldwin (she is my US senator) and @example: @RepRonKind (he is my US House of Representatives)
Use the following tweet on the day of the storm:
@(add Twitter name of your US senator here) @(add your US House of Representatives here) don’t sponsor any legislation to delist wolves nationwide, GreatLakes #KeepWolvesListed
Here’s what my tweet will look like on the day of the tweetstorm example: @tammybaldwin @RepRonKind don’t sponsor any legislation to delist wolves nationwide, GreatLakes #KeepWolvesListed
(mine is 115 characters which leaves plenty of wiggle room in case your US reps have more characters in their name)
Use the above tweet
Find out who your US reps are
Follow them on Twitter
Do the @ them
Use the #KeepWolvesListed
Do not RT (re tweet)
Only tweet this one time
And prior to this Tweetsorm share this blog of instructions with as many friends as you want.
How to sign up for Twitter:
How to tweet:
What’s a #(hashtag) the day of the tweetstorm the hashtag will be #KeepWolvesListed
How do I follow my congressman on Twitter:
My WI congressmen are:
#TWEETSTORM is coming January 20, 2015 @congress #KeepWolvesListed
Ex:@RepRonKind @tammybaldwin #keepWolvesListed keep dirty politics out of the Endangered Species Act
Why this #TWEETSTORM @congress: the following is just one news article about big hunt clubs pressuring congress to delist wolves nationwide and to stop it from any judicial review …read the following quote from an article confirming new legislation that would delist wolves and big hunt club:
Benishek To Propose New Wolf Hunting Bill Written By: kreport|January 12, 2015
“Legislation to negate a federal judge’s ruling that prevents wolf hunting in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota is expected to be introduced in the U.S. House this month.”
“The measure will be co=sponsored by Congressman Dan Benishek, Reid Ribble of Wisconsin and Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming.”
“Benishek says it will allow the states to again manage the wolf population including hunting and trapping.”
“The legislation would allow the western Great Lakes states to do their own management of wolves.” http://www.keweenawreport.com/news/benishek-to-propose-new-wolf-hunting-bill/
And from a big hunting organization:
“On Tuesday morning, the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation sent a resolution to the media, basically saying that the court decision expecting wolves to be restored to their original range in the eastern U.S. before they can be delisted is bonkers.”
“They note that in 2011, to address similar situations involving state management of wolves in Idaho and Montana, Congress passed a law directing the Fish and Wildlife Service to reissue its rule delisting wolves and prohibited a judicial review of that rule.”
“The federation has now called for Congress to do the same for Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.”
“Maybe that would end the cycle of federal court cases involving Wisconsin wolves.” Above cited From this article…http://www.leadertelegram.com/features/getting_out/article_789630b4-914e-11e4-9bb4-ef30cbd3a36a.html?mode=jqm