Saturday, September 4, 2010

The Not-So-Great Deer Hunter

Walker has complained about there not being enough things to shoot in the woods:

Walker also pledged to “put more deer in the forest” with the help of the trustee and other changes. Walker said he has been hunting for three or four years and has not killed a deer.

Standing outside the shooting range at West Town Archery in Milwaukee, Walker said that like many hunters, he got tired of standing in a tree stand during last year’s season and not seeing deer.

The Republican candidate for governor hunts in Crawford County in western Wisconsin.

Walker's solution is to privatize deer sex. (If you think that it's bad that he wants to try to control deer going into rut, imagine what he would want to do in the privacy of our bedrooms.)

But something tells me that the problem with Walker's deer hunting prowess, or lack thereof, has nothing to to do with the DNR or the extreme weather we've been having for the past few years.

I have a feeling that the problem lies more with Walker himself:

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