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Ashley Judd Blasts Sarah Palin On Aerial Wolf Killing

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Ashley Judd is speaking out in a new ad campaign for Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund on Sarah Palin’s “anti-conservation agenda” and attack on wolves and bears. “Now back in Alaska, Palin is again casting aside science and championing the slaughter of wildlife,” Judd says. “Palin even proposed a $150 bounty for the severed foreleg of each killed wolf. And now she is encouraging even more aerial killing. it is time to stop Sarah Palin and stop this senseless savagery.”

In conjunction with the video, the organization has also launched the site EyeOnPalin.org — which follows the Governor’s crusade against wildlife. On another related note, the Huffington Post featured an article today which showed a majority of Republicans wish the party was more like Sarah Palin. Holy sh*t — what the hell is wrong with you people?! Check out the Judd video below:

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