Slaughter Horses Research Paper

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Saving part of our History I do not believe that we should have slaughter houses open in the United States for wild horses. I think that we should be protecting the animal that America rose in on. We need to save our wild horse population. Wild Horse Annie saw a truck go by hauling some horses and she noticed that blood was dripping out of the back of the trailer, right then she decided that she was going to do something to save the wild horses. She spent the rest of her life trying to protect wild horses. She finally got the bill to lawmakers and in 1971 president Nixon signed legislation protecting the wild horses, this was the Wild free roaming horses and burro act. Then in 2005 president Bush signed legislation that will destroy our…show more content…
This brought on concern, now people thought that they would buy them for ten dollars then turn around and sell them to the slaughter houses. President Bush is in control of this issue and he is getting rid of all the wild horses that we have left. “Wild horses and burros merit man’s protection historically,” Nixon said, “for they are a living link with the days of the conquistadors, through the heroic times of the western Indians and pioneers, to our own day when the tonic of wilderness seems all too scarce. More than that, they merit it as a matter of ecological right – as anyone knows who has ever stood awed at the indomitable spirit and sheer energy of a mustang. “ President Bush should really pay attention to the views that President Nixon had on this matter and also the way that other people view this matter. It is not too late for Congress to pass new legislation to fix this matter and keep the wild horses as they are a national

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