• Janet

    THIS IS DIGUSTING SHES A MURDERER

    • fliteking

      ————- Meanwhile janet was out picketing for a pro-choice rally this weekend. Liberals are idiots.

      • texas57

        Or with Todd and Tabitha……I dunno, just sayin bud

        • fliteking

          Yeah, seem to be all the same guy errr uhhh, girl uhhhh person . . . . well, the same idiot.

    • zombiekiller117

      The lion isn’t a person, SILLY
      But the victims of South African farm murders are people, oh they are White people so they don’t matter…..
      Stupid Anti-White

    • Furious

      “THIS IS DIGUSTING SHES A MURDERER”

      This is disgusting you’re an idiot.

  • Cockdiesel

    What type of sick freak prides themselves on killing such a noble animal? You know it’s not for food or survival, it was for her vanity. Disgusting.

    • fliteking

      Most areas in Africa have “culling licenses” . . . perhaps you should look it up tool boy.

    • zombiekiller117

      What sort of sick freak complains about this but not White Genocide and farm murders in South Africa ?

    • texas57

      Pretty sure she donated the meat to the villagers.. just sayin

    • Patriot01

      That “noble animal” as you call a lion…..killed and fed on us Christians back in the Biblical days thanks to the Romans. All you liberals posing as Conservatives should worry more about answering to God one day concerning supporting gay rights and abortion.
      As far as I’m concerned, she can hunt all the friggin lion she wants.
      Try being in a cage for 5 minutes with that savage “noble” animal and see if you last 5 minutes before you are mauled to death.

      • Gwynn Ap Nudd

        You don’t find them beautiful? They are. I don’t condemn the hunt but acknowledge you are killing something beautiful. That’s the price. And if someone doesn’t see the beauty, then I guess it’s free, but they are the poorest of all.
        Christian Saints are famous for taming wild animals. St Francis preached to the Wolf of Gubbio and told him to stop eating people. The Wolf was ashamed and never did again. People then fed him like he was just a big old dog.

  • libshatefacts

    I am a conservative, I hate liberals, I am for gun rights but this is cruel. How about posing with the Bashir guy who said those things about Palin, or posing with a dead jihadist, or pedophile or rapist?? I hope another lions mauls her to death!

    • fliteking

      —Most areas in Africa have “culling licenses” . . . perhaps you should look it chief. She likely saved a life or too in the form of healthy cattle, milk and locals. Duh.

    • zombiekiller117

      No SILLY
      South African farm murders are cruel, but you don’t care because it happens to people who are White

    • zombiekiller117

      What sort of Anti-White freak hopes someone is mauled to death ?
      You are a horrible, ugly person.

    • women99

      typical LIBERAL you hate this WOMEN, I THOUGHT YOU WERE FOR WOMEN AND A WOMEN’S RIGHT TO CHOSE?
      YOU HOPE ANOTHER LION MAULS HER TO DEATH.
      Not very Conservative or Christian which I suspect you are neither

  • Mike the cowboy

    Never hunted in my life,and I dont have anything against hunters who hunt for meat,but killing this magnificent healthy lion that protects his pride from other lions is criminal.Now the whole pride will suffer,other males will kill off the young so they can mate with females.And this stupid bitch is gonna act like a big huntress.I hope one day you will be mauled to death by a wild creature.

    • zombiekiller117

      How is it criminal, it an animal not a human ?
      Get off your high horse and realize that each year White people are horribly butchered by Blacks in South Africa in ways that make getting a bullet in the head look not so bad.
      Yeah but put animals before White people…….
      Stupid Anti-White
      What sort of person wishes ill on another human being, you’re only spouting such crap because she’s White.

    • Recon93

      Head back to Broke Back mountain and have a hot cup of shut the hell up!

    • AZCowboy

      What an insult to real “cowboys”…for you to use that title in your logon name. No real cowboy would ever spew such ignorant crap. Do yourself a favor and don’t ever attend any cowboy gathering with your uninformed rambling…we would never tolerate such idiotic behavior…and take care of such lunacy by the cowboy code.

    • freemanfornow

      What she shot is not a young male. Among lions, his light colored mane would prevent him from being accepted by many females, so he certainly would not have had its own pride. In many areas, lions (and elephants) have been protected to the point that they are too numerous and the governments pay to have them thinned. This is one that should have been culled.

  • Rocky

    Yet another CONSERVATIVE-LIBERTARIAN site where too many people have drank the progressive holier-than-thou kool-aid.

    What part of hunting African game do so many of you not understand? The part that the people who go there to hunt pay ALOT of money on licenses & tags–and that money goes to put conservation officers on the ground?…or the part that it’s highly regulated and you must hire a licensed Professional Hunter who is well-versed in all those regulations?…or the part that those PH services employ the local people?…or the part about how legal hunting of these animals shows the locals that these animals have MORE VALUE than what the poachers can sell their illicit parts for?…or the part about the local villages getting ALL the meat from ALL of these animals?…or the part about having more legal hunters in the field reduces the number of poachers?…or is it the part about how the lions kill the villagers?…or the part that NOTHING GOES TO WASTE?…hmm? Or is it the part that you have been fooled into believing these animals are teetering on extinction?

    Oh, and before you try to tell me big cat meat is inedible, I must tell you…I have eaten Mountain Lion…and it was DELICIOUS.

    NO HUNTER would ever willfully leave ANY MEAT to rot in the field. Get off your high horses and educate yourselves. If you call yourself a hunter, you must stand up for other hunters, lest there be no one left when you need someone to stand with you.

    (Rant: OFF)

    • James Orr

      Whit saying “progressive.” It’s liberal. Calling them “progressive” is what they want.

      • Conservativesniper

        They sure as hell aren’t liberal in the classical sense, nor progressive. Communist or totalitarian is more apropos.

    • TexasHunter

      Giles’ site is anything but anti-hunting. ClashDaily.com has a “Hunt/Fish” tab that does nothing but promote conservation thru hunting. He just link to the hysterical animal rights reaction to this legitimate quest. Do due diligence before you disparage one of our most vocal proponents of hunting.

  • marineh2ominer

    Were we to experience a social and civilization collapse of any massive size those doing the crying and disgusting sounds would be the favorite food of these very animals that our lord has given us control over . While I don’t believe in the torture and cruelty of animals know that our domestic protein sources suffer much worse than these potential man eaters in the wild do and do not die so noble a death . Also know that if we didn’t control their numbers through hunting conservation many would be extinct from over breeding and destruction their own habitat without any controls .

  • Fightn mad

    If I was there, I would have put a bullet in her head before she could have destroyed that beautiful lion. I ope someday she will learn what a bullet feels like when it enters her worthless body.

    • Al Chemist

      Why don’t you offer to go up against her “one-on-one” in the wild?

    • Al Chemist

      Tim Tredwell had about the same sentiment as you, and he was just as obnoxious as you appear to be…only he was a defender of Grizzly Bears against hunters. He and his girl were killed and eaten by a Grizzly in 2003. Check out Wikipedia for the full story.

    • Doc

      You are one sick worthless puppy. Had you been there stalking her, you could have ended up laying with the lion.

    • Graywolf12

      Thanks for allowing the web to see your intelligent level, or non level. Read up on economy of the African nations and see how trophy hunting benefits the country with cash, and the people with protein.

    • ironclad

      Yo!! Fightn mad…your showing what a jack_azz you are! You say you would
      “…have put a bullet in her head…” Sure you would…idiots like you espouse BS from behind the veil of a keyboard when in reality your nothing more than some piece of excrement and would piss your pants facing a real woman!

    • 555/666

      Sure you would. Since you are a beta male I doubt you know which end of the gun the bullet comes out of.

      • FIRE1949

        Do you know “Fightn mad” personally to know for a fact he is actually a he, or did you simply assume it?

        I might suggest that “Fightn mad” might come closer to being a frustrated liberal dyke.

        I wonder if “Fightn mad” will make the same commitment about abortion doctors?

        • Gwynn Ap Nudd

          Maybe not: check out the history of the Great White Hunters. Some of them began to love the animals so much they couldn’t do it anymore. Watch the Robert De Niro movie The Deer Hunter for a take on this.

          • FIRE1949

            That is not the premise of the movie.

          • Gwynn Ap Nudd

            But it’s in there nonetheless. He had had enough killing.

          • MyronJPoltroonian

            Read Robert Ruark’s, “Death In The Tall Grass”. If, of course, you want realism.

    • John H. Kohlenberg

      What a Satan follower we have here folks. Regards animals more than human life.

    • Tommyzax

      You plan murder and confess?

    • Wes

      Since when are animals more valuable than humans? And do you take the same stance when it comes to abortion, that we should kill abortion doctors before they kill babies? Besides, population control via hunting is what is SAVING the lions. Didn’t you read the article? I suppose not.

      • Furious

        To liberals animals are always more valuable than humans. It’s part of the mental disorder.

    • MyronJPoltroonian

      What if I said I would perform a “Postpartum Procedure” on you, just so you could feel the cold scalpel and forceps? Would that be alright in your view of the world?

    • Gwynn Ap Nudd

      I’m torn – I want the huntress but you are right too. The Lion is so beautiful: tawny gold.

  • jbntx

    Nice shootin’ girl!!! Tell all these boo hoo r’s go toot on Obooboo’s horn. Girls n guns- sexy!

    • Gwynn Ap Nudd

      Yes I must admit I want her right now. How primitive we are!

  • BradenLynch

    I would wager that the anti-hunters screaming and hurling insults are utterly ignorant of the benefits that ethical hunting provides to the economy, the health of ecosystem and the local population and the realities of starvation or disease, and just how gruesome predator kills are in the real world. Getting indignant while being ignorant is sad.

    I would also wager that they have zero empathy regarding the murder of the unborn via abortion and have a callous disregard for atrocities of evil totalitarian governments, but are incensed when a whale gets caught in a net. Get your priorities right, people!

    • Graywolf12

      You are so correct. I started to watch a video of a wolf pack kill, but when they started to eat the hind quarter before the animal died I turned it off. I am hunter that has killed many animals and birds, but it was too cruel for me. The live in a bubble crowd has no idea on reality especially in nature.

  • Thomas Aquinas

    With life becoming more and more specialized, avoiding stress and discontent depends more and more upon identifying and engaging in the types of efforts most suited to our skills and personalities.

  • Tommyzax

    I think they should look at pictures of destroyed fetuses to wonder how life cannot be precious. Fools care for animal life before human life.

    • John H. Kohlenberg

      AMEN AND AMEN. They got their values backwards. Forgive them for they are liberals. They are allowed to live without brains or common sense. Malissa has more courage to face a lion than any liberal. The liberals say they don’t work because they are afraid a lion might eat them. That is in the bible.

  • regulus30

    controlled hunting is what America uses to keep deer populations within the boundaries of food supply to keep them from staving; since wolves and coyotes do not roam in great numbers; deer have only one natural predator [MAN]. The meat is excellent low fat high protein as well.. Dittos on the infant murdering as well Tommyzax.

  • PWe72

    Hunting and fishing license fees, sales taxes on hunting, fishing and related recreational equipment support a heckuva large portion of our wildlife programs……when was the last time you peta vacuums did anything actually supportive of this part of our national treasure.

  • Joe Warren

    How to tell liberals from real Americans: Liberals say “Oh the poor lion!”; real Americans say “I wonder if she used a .375 H&H Magnum or a .458 Winchester Magnum?”

    • REALLIST

      I’m a “real American”, love guns and shooting. However, this egomaniacal woman is just a “showboat” and a braggart… “oh, look what I killed today”. Serves no purpose other than her fame, fortune, and notoriety. She needs to crawl back in her hole and stay there.

      • Eric Haulenbeek

        You don’t sound all that “real” to me pal.

        • REALLIST

          Could outshoot your arse any day of the week…22 years military. “Real”, you betcha!

          • Eric Haulenbeek

            Yeah… sure thing.

      • MyronJPoltroonian

        If I were you, “Unreal American”, I’d take my own advice. Now, back to your hole, troll.

        • REALLIST

          “Troll” ? With respect to “holes”, UP YOURS…thewoman is arrogant, apparently, as are you. If one has an opinion other than yours, you label them a troll! When you make comments, ANYONE has the right to respond. If you don’t like that, then keep quiet.

    • Joe Warren
  • Azsteve53

    The anti hunting crowd thinks their murdered meat they buy at the organic grocery store is somehow all OK

  • Johnny

    For those that just don’t get it – Hunting is an art ! ! Another thought is for those that just don’t get the idea is without hunters, a great many people would be eaten by the very same animals that have been hunted and taken off to be eaten by humans. From what I understand lion meat is quite tasty. I have in the past eaten cat, monkey, dog [not sure], snake, squirrel, rabbit, duck, bear, moose, deer, and a few others. They were all tasty. So for all of you non-hunters, next you go hicking think of those wild animals that are out there viewing you as a tasty snack.

    • REALLIST

      You gonna try human flesh next?

      • MyronJPoltroonian

        Why? Is someone looking at you while grinning, rubbing their hands together and praising the flavor of “Long Pig”?

        • REALLIST

          No, just considering your large arse smoking on a pit.

          • MyronJPoltroonian

            That’s funny, I was just wondering how much noise you’d make being filleted after being flayed?

      • Johnny

        Hello Realist, In the past a freind was a Taxidermist and he would invite me over for a stew that comprised of many animals. Some were chewey and some were tender. the idea is that when an animal had been hunted that it is eaten. If human ever is on the butchers block – perhaps. But, until then I doubt it.

    • OldFart

      Not me — my meat is old and stringy and there’s just too much gristle. No self-realpecting animal would eat me unless there hasn’t been an alternative for weeks.

      • FIRE1949

        Buzzards would love the left-overs.

    • jfreddick

      Right you are, Johnny. Progressives don’t realize that without firearms, the human animal IS NOT at the top of the food chain. Thank a hunter!

  • John H. Kohlenberg

    If liberals like wild animals so much, then let us send them into the bush without a gun and see if they still love lions and people killing machines. This is conservation to keep the population of killer animals to a minimum. All you liberals who love nice steaks remember they nice animals. Meat was meant to eat and not just look at. What idiots.

  • suz

    I think it’s a difference from hunting for food and hunting for sport. If she was to shoot something I think she needs to join the arm forces. Lions are becoming endanger in Africa due to land lost because of human population mostly. Maybe we need to start a hunt for humans.

    • Jim444

      If they started with you I could go along with that….

      • TeaTephi

        Yah! Good one!

      • FIRE1949

        If suz would specify “traitors” , I might go along with the “hunt for humans”. Seems we currently have a target rich environment.

        • greyghost69

          Let’s start in D.C.

    • pduffy

      What do you think all the wars are? A hunt for frogs? When war is declared, the game is man!

      • Gwynn Ap Nudd

        The most dangerous game – a great short story.

    • EHeassler_USNRet

      Did you read the esnsuing article? This Lion was shot on a preserve where the game population is controlled to prevent over populating the species with respect to available food and land. Within the preserve,these are free roaming wild animals. The lion was not trotted out for her to shoot. The meat and hides are put to use, not wasted. Liberals seem to lose the point of hunting. When I was a kid growing up, many families in my hometown on the Olympic Peninsula (Washington State for the geographically illiterate) augmented the family larder with seasonally shot deer and elk. Yes, we ate the meat. And yes, we also did it for the sport. The sport is in the tracking and actually being able to shoot a moving deer or elk. Killing the animal was always a bittersweet experience as you know that you took the life of a living thing. We respected the animals and appreciated the fact that they helped sustain us in life. Those of you who are quick to criticize hunters as chest beating bwanas don’t think twice about killing garter snakes, spiders, moths, and other living things that you see no beauty in. And in the worst case scenario, defend your right to murder the unborn. I would rather be a hunter.

    • standforliberty

      yeah, hunt the black ones

      • FIRE1949

        “Stupid” and “liberal” does not know color.

  • AZWarrior

    What a punch of puxxies. No worries: When the schitt really hits the fan, the non-hunters will be the first to starve to death.

    • CWO4

      And the rest will starve to death as we over-hunt the animal population to extinction. I’ve hunted for food (deer, elk, bear) and am secure in my ability to survive. Under government sanction I have also hunted armed men who wore the wrong uniform (they did not survive).
      When it truely hits the fan it will be the armed farmers who will survive. They will grow veggies and raise cattle and chickens. The ARMED farm hands — or just family, depending on the size of the farm — will defend their food and means of production from @$$holes like me who know how to take from the land, but not to nurture the land into offering the food needed.
      The dirt farmers will prosper. The rest of us will become worm food.

      • AZWarrior

        Your message is mixed and muddled. Most states regulate hunting tags based on OVER POPULATION of herds, not OVER HUNTING. I’m heading to the farm and offering my ‘protective services’ (from those who fail to plan) in exchange for food. (I always say, “Never cuss a farm family with a mouth full of food.”) So I’ll be the guy with the scope on you from about 2 clicks.

  • AZWarrior

    LIEberals want to protect animals while celebrating the right to murder unborn babies. Schitthead Libs don’t spin my moral compass.

  • Defend The Constitution

    Although inseparable from liberty, the self-reliance and responsibility required to prosper in a free country can be sources of stress and discontent.

  • worldwatchman

    I have NO respect for trophy hunters. If you don’t eat your kill then you don’t do the kill. That’s unless you, your other half, your pet/s or you’re livestock are in danger of being killed. That’s the exceptions but, just for a trophy…….it’s pathetic no matter what sex you are.

    • MyronJPoltroonian

      And i have no respect for those who smugly pontificate negatively about “Trophy Hunters.” You, like the rest of your ilk, don’t seem to care to understand that the term,”Trophy Hunters” applies to those individuals who set their sights a notch higher that the standards of the ordinary crowd of “Meat Hunters. [You and your ilk will not get away with controlling the terms we, in the outdoors sports in world use.] They want the best they can achieve and not settle for less. They, trophy hunters, like every other sportsman, pay their fees and so forth to promote and sustain far more than just the game animals they’re seeking; for those fees go to improving the habitat of every species, not just the few that are hunted. They, like all true sportsmen, are much more in tune in their relationship with nature than the average tourist in a zoo or game preserve, let alone the average non-hunter shopping at the local supermarket, could ever hope or claim to be. Why? Because they have the ultimate control of their decision to hunt in a fair chase manner, seeking game that meets with their standards and passing up opportunities [if any are presented] to take game that does not meet them. They will sometimes go for several seasons in a row without taking a shot at game, either because none were seen or those seen were not up to their standards. They did, however, continue to pay all of the fees associated with their sport and contribute to the conservation programs for all of the species their tax dollars funded.

      • worldwatchman

        I tell you what. How about I get a license and hunt for your keester. I don’t give a rats arse about your opinion because if you use the excuse of paying fees that helps conservation etc. then why not just GIVE them money you ignorant pompous arse. As I said in my previous post EAT WHAT YOU KILL. I’ve hunted game and I’ve hunted in the military for humans so your yahda yahda means squat to me. I DO know the difference between hunting for game which is for food and controlling the population to prevent animals from starving and hunting for a trophy. Trophy hunting makes me as sick as hunting for humans. Both are insane.

        • MyronJPoltroonian

          My “License” to protect myself from blowhards like you was issued on December 15, 1791 and has no expiration date. If forced to, I will do so with extreme prejudice; and, as any “First Dick” worth his salt would tell you: “And that’s not a threat, it’s a promise.” [So, Mr. "Eat What You Kill", how's "The Other, Other White Meat" taste?]

          • greyghost69

            Your service to your country is appreciated.

          • worldwatchman

            Thank you.

          • MyronJPoltroonian

            Your parent’s to the world, however, is not. Pray you’re right, “[We'll] never meet.” Oh, yes, 06/’59-06/’62. So we both served – get over it.

          • worldwatchman

            You DON’T want any of me I promise you. Besides sadly, will never meet anyway.

        • Woody

          The Conservancy where she hunted responded, saying that the meat was used to help feed local citizens. While Ms. Bachmann may not have eaten any of the lion meat, it WAS used in a proper manner. So, What is your problem with that?

        • greyghost69

          You could try me, hard ass. It’s this crap that anti hunters love, divide and conquer. Meat hunter verses trophy hunter, and PETA wins.

          • worldwatchman

            Stick to fishing.

        • Furious

          So you say you “hunted humans” in the military but then you say that act is insane. Therefore you’re insane. That clears things up nicely.

        • Matthew Underwood

          The meat is given to the hungry local community. Read the article. She paid, so now they can repair some more fencing that got destroyed in a storm…fencing that keeps out most poachers. She gets her trophy. Local people get to eat a feast. A young male lion gets to take this lion’s place and produce offspring with a fresh set of DNA and the pride gets stronger. Who the hell is losing in this situation?

        • guest

          BRING IT FOOL!

    • Gwynn Ap Nudd

      At least she didn’t put her foot on the body like the old timers used to do. So arrogant. The American Indians were the best in this regard, saying thank you and giving a prayer for the animal’s spirit.

  • trugrits

    Calling her a true hunter is about ridiculous. Yeah the area contains a large area but I bet she was told what small area of the large area the cat would be in. Did she spend a month tracking it and seeing how and where it lived? Get real. Here is your guide, your jeep and gun. Go get your trophy from your so called great hunting expedition. What a joke.
    True hunting skills are mostly not known by majority of todays so called hunters. Yeah put out a deer feeder then sit in a semi cozy blind and wait for the deer to come and eat its last meal the hunter provided. There is a big difference in pulling a trigger and actually hunting. Might as well go to the zoo and shoot bambi.

    • Mario

      trugrits: You talk like you know something about hunting. Do you walk like you know something about hunting, or is all your information gleaned from watching hunting shows on TV? Are you a Vegetarian, by chance? If not, are you a ‘true’ hunter, as you think she isn’t? You ever stalk the game of your choice, barefoot, with a spear, or a knife, in winter – just you and the game, to see who will come out alive? Your name, and your comment both sound like you have a very inflated idea of just who and what you are… Whassamatta – it bother you that females like this woman, and Doug Giles daughter upstage you? Give her some credit – she booked the trip, paid for the trip, and got her game. Whether or not she is a “huntress” is not for you to say, if you haven’t done the same.

      • Vee

        Mario.. Do you have a brother? Is he a true “barefoot in the winter spear/knife wielding mighty hunter hero too? I’m a non-hunting woman and I don’t feel that I am “upstaged” by any woman who hunts simply because (instead of trying to be a great white huntress), I prefer to focus on preserving wildlife from man’s inherently brutal, egotistical ‘look at me” bullshit. No need to kill that lion….it’s all about having deep pockets to book those safe hunts. I knew a Maine guide who always laughed at how cowardly the “hunters” really are. And he was (and is) a hunter.

    • Vern

      That’s exactly correct (trugrits)….contrived “hunting” is a joke. If they want to get on out there one on one with the beast and a spear, that’d be more along the lines of a true hunter… then, maybe they can call themselves “mighty hunters”. Anyone can bait an animal and pick em’ off with a gun. Wow. How impressive.

  • Shawn 1205

    These beautiful cats should never be hunted. How about hunting the savage war lords in that Dark Continent.

    • FIRE1949

      How about hunting down the evil and corruption that exists in D.C., and certain other areas.

    • Phil

      Because that’s murder.

    • Furious

      They should throw you out there when the lions are starving from over population. That would alleviate their suffering and ours.

    • Gwynn Ap Nudd

      Good point. The only hope for the animals of Africa is the White Man. Blacks don’t care about them and will eat all of them as their populations explode beyond their carrying capacity. And that’s our fault.

  • garyamusic .

    Yet no one mentions on the twit-r or just about anywhere else the killing of innocents and the children by Obama and his drones.

    • GenEarly

      Obama, the Drone Ranger! Killing from thousands of miles away with his “list” from the District of Control. Now that’s a Stalinist Sport!

  • Wes

    The mindless hypocrisy is hilarious. The Conservancy nurture’s the animal populations. That’s what it’s about, and hunting is a necessary part of that. People hunt there ALL THE TIME. The reason the libs are singling out Melissa is because they can’t stand to see a woman hunting. This is because progressives are fundamentally bigoted. This should remind us of the vicious attacks on Colonel Allen West and Mia Love, who didn’t fit into the neat progressive categories of what a black person should do and think.

  • Lowell

    How come nobody objects when National Geographic posts a picture of a lion crouching over an eland that it killed. In a lot less humane way than a rifle shot, by the way.

    • Eric Haulenbeek

      Good point Lowell.

  • Eric Haulenbeek

    Great trophy Melissa… and a terrific hunt too!

  • Thomas Aquinas

    Those of the liberty school understand that we benefit more from the voluntary collaboration of free men than from centralized control by detached administrators operating with inferior knowledge of local circumstances.

  • Thomas Aquinas

    The liberty school knows that government is best used to preserve the liberty that keeps each of us free to unleash our own unique knowledge, talents, and skills.

  • James Buel

    Killing such a beautiful animal is a affront to humanity. Why not take a picture and save the animal and ammunition? Shame.

    • Banjo

      It’s called culling the herd(or pride in this instance). There can only be so many apex predators in a given area, if the land that they would naturally expand into to keep the predator numbers in check has been diminished, blocked, or built upon, then the predators get too numerous and the overall health of the pride suffers, sometimes by starvation. This is managed just like Deer or Duck hunting and is necessary to reduce the number of predators to a certain ratio to prey animals.

    • Douglas Moore

      Affront to humanity?!? Where do these idiots come from? Everything’s all rainbows, dandelions and unicorns but nothing practical.

      • James Buel

        This idiot has hunted for food when my Christmas dinner was pheasant, rabbit and squirrel. Trapped muskrat for spending money but never killed for the fun (sport) of it. Humanity equals compassion in my mind. Compassion for the least. No, killing for fun is not “practical” just wasteful.

        • Matthew Underwood

          now i know u didn’t read the article. the food goes to the local community. it gets eaten by hungry people. what’s the difference between u hunting and eating and someone hunting for sport, then giving the meat away?

          • Charlie

            You could talk/type until you are blue in the face/fingers but people like JB will not listen to facts; it’s all feelings for them. They will never see the truth as their mind is closed. Never argue with a fool, it only makes you look foolish.

        • Douglas Moore

          And it would be more compassionate to let him die old and toothless, defenseless and in pain?

    • Trust no one

      Bozo

    • Katzenliebhaber

      I watched recently watched a documentary (National Geographic??) on lions. One of the lions got injured somehow. Not wishing to affront humanity, the film crew took pictures, saved their ammunition, and let the hyenas, I think, get a tasty dinner.

      • BIGOTIST

        do you stutter also???

      • James Buel

        I’m sure the hyenas smiled for their trophy picture also, but with full stomachs.

    • greyghost69

      You guys still don’t get it? Conservation involves the harvesting of part of the population of the animal being hunted. Lion hunting is strictly regulated. More likely than not, that lion is an old, mature animal past his prime. I cannot be sure because we can’t see his teeth, though that is the norm. Taking that lion opens a mating opportunity for a younger animal ensuring new kittens for the population. When a lion loses their harem he is doomed to die of starvation without the females who do most of the hunting.
      So, starvation or a bullet?

    • Matthew Underwood

      i guess u didn’t read the article

    • Ga_Mtn_Lady

      Obviously you have no concept of what it takes to keep a lion alive and healthy. Nature requires balance and humans are the top predator. If we don’t hunt, then the lions overgrow and other animals get eaten until there’s nothing to feed the lions which then starve. It’s balance, James Baby, nature needs balance. Here in Georgia, we’ve had to have hunts to kill deer which were starving because they were UNDER HUNTED! Oh, I sorry, you’d rather they starved, than be hunted and the meat given to people who actually needed it to eat. By the way deer tastes good and is very nutritious.

  • medivac

    Congrats to Melissa !! It also should be noted the the anti hunters didn’t need to go nuts since they are already nuts !! I also remember a video on youtube of a chap on a looky safari getting out of the vehicle to “pet the kitty”. The kitty had the chap for lunch !! I can’t remember when I laughed so hard at ignorance !!

  • USCBIKER

    Last time I checked, Americans don’t flock to Africa to poach. They purchase the privilege for a very high price and that creates income and jobs for very f***ed up countries who often can’t even feed themselves. If RSA doesn’t want us there, no problem, let ‘em sell hunting trips to kefers. BTW, that woman is HOT, damn!!

    • MyronJPoltroonian

      “Hot Damn”, I agree! LOL!

  • JimH69

    We humans are tasked with the duty of having dominion over this earth. This involves ensuring the animals, both prey and predator, do not over breed given their finite habitat. Whether it’s a wildebeest or a lion, if we don’t hunt them they will inevitably face starvation. Now ask yourself which outcome is more humane?

  • MyronJPoltroonian

    ” … please consider how much you have contributed to conservation in the past 5 years. If you are not a game farmer and struggling with dying starving animals, poaching and no fences in place to protect your animals and crop, please refrain from making negative degoratory comments. It is so easy to judge if you are staying in cities and towns, buying your meat at ‘woolies’ and going to game reserves maybe once a year.

    It is a fact, that due to the hunting industry and money generated out of this industry, there are more animals in South Africa than 100 years ago … .” As our British Cousins would say: “Here, here!”

  • Trust no one

    Nice hunt! Show’s there’s still some people who can bring it out there!

    • carlcasino

      I have hunted since I was 9 years old. (My Stevens 12 gauge is still in the family, and just presented to my great grandson on his 9th). For the folk who never had the opportunity to go afield to hunt and fish you have my sympathy.
      I still enjoy the outdoors and take joy in teaching youngsters the fine art of hitting what you aim at. Our 4H shooters have gone to the Nationals 5 out of the last 6 years and we(the old folk) revel in their abilities. The game I was able to bring home was also very tasty ( Sorry PETA)

      • charliep

        Sixty five years ago my younger brother had a Stevens 12 gauge Long Tom that could reach out there further then any shotgun that I have used since. Didn’t cost an arm and leg, Really was a good buy.

  • ort

    I shoot, but don’t know if I could personally kill anything. That is MY opinion for myself only.
    But I will never attempt to stop someone from doing so. To each his own. The PETA freaks and other assorted liberals need to take a giant chill pill and STHU.

    • James Maxwell

      I respect your views and your nor hunting. It is not a sport for everyone just
      like fishing. For some of us who were raised in an environment where we
      hunted to put food on the table it is natural, like farmer raising crops and
      animals to put food on their table. As many youth in my time we joined the
      Scouting programs. Some Scout masters were hunters, farmers, fishermen.
      boaters or other activities. Those are the skills that each scout master
      taught plus other outdoor skills. I grew up with guns and was taught that
      a gun is always loaded even when it is open and obvious that there is
      no rounds in the barrels. Even when I was in the Military for 23 years
      weapon safety was paramount at all times.

      • ort

        Yes, I have a work acquaintance who grew up poor and had to hunt to eat. I really respect that. That is a natural thing.
        Sometimes I think I want to go deer hunting, and then I don’t. I mean, I can get a package of dead cow from the store so why bother? I guess I leave it to the professionals.
        But when faced with a living animal that isn’t trying to hurt me, I just don’t know if I have it in me to pull the trigger. Who knows, maybe my feelings will change in the future.

        I am a new shooter, and even when my guns are in pieces because I am cleaning them, it still scares me to look down the barrel to check for dirt. lol. Owning a gun is a great responsibility. I too treat all guns as if they were loaded, even if I’m looking at one in a gun store, right off the shelf, price tag dangling.

        • James Maxwell

          In many places such as Africa the lions, if left unchecked,
          would be killing people as often as animals. It is the
          law of nature. The selective hunting of animals such as
          lions, zebra and other wild game puts you on similar
          footing with them. True you have better weapons but they
          have in some respects but you are a stranger in their land.
          much like in the days of the Mountain men hunting and
          trapping for furs in the old west. There is a balance in
          nature that is everlasting. As long as we hunt or fish
          with respect for that balance in nature it will be available
          to a very long time. That said even if you just go to the
          range and pop of rounds at targets it is still fun and great
          sport. I personally enjoy handguns, Bow & Arrow, Black
          power weapons and modern weapons also. I have been
          fortunate to travel around the world and use a wide variety
          of weapons. Still excites me and even more so when I
          can take my great grand sons out to teach them how to
          safely use weapons and to respect them as well as the
          life of others.

          • ort

            Yes. In everything there has to be balance. If you have the predator outnumbering the prey, or the other way around, either will suffer.

            Your great grandchildren are very blessed to have you. I have had no grandparents since I was just under 3 years old.
            I too started with the compound bow. I enjoyed it very much.
            May you have many, many more happy years with your great grandchildren. : )

    • gw111

      Sometimes we miss the point of hunting. Countries use hunting as a way to control over grazing and animals dying an agonizing death. I like to shoot and I too am not much for hunting , but I am glad there are those who hunt. An area that can support a 100 dear a year and has 120 deer will run out of grazing area. The result is when all the grass is gone 120 dear become in danger of starving to death and that usually mean the new born.

      • ort

        I totally agree with you.

    • PETA member

      PETA = People Eating Tasty Animals

  • MyronJPoltroonian

    This is the face of “Anthropogenic Bambi-ism”. Yes, the caption is “Cute” but, in reality, it doesn’t have a thing to do with what is going through the lioness’ instinctive mind at the moment. If she catches up with the owner of the camera she’s carrying, she most likely would not reunite them with a polite, “Didn’t you drop this?”, but rather with a killing attack.

  • REALLIST

    Could outshoot your arse any day of the week… 22 years military… “real”, you betcha!

    • IHateLibs

      BLA BLA BLA . I am ALSO Retired Military . And I could out shoot you when I was 15 years old

  • Gwynn Ap Nudd

    The real men were the Masai who fought Lions with only a spear. And alone, one on one.

  • AZWarrior

    Vegetarian in an ancient word for ‘bad hunter’.

    • TommyG

      a synonym in that same language for vegetarian is “prey”.

  • IHateLibs

    Let ALL these Anti-Hunting Bunny Huggers All go and HUG a LION or a CROC, lets see how THAT works

    • James Maxwell

      Probably give the lion indigestion and even the Crock has standards of what
      it would eat.

  • Vinnie A

    The people complaining about this woman killing a lion and a gator are probably the same people that would praise her if she killed her unborn child.
    If you kill a pregnant woman you can be charged with double homicide but a woman can kill an unborn child and it is call “her right to choose”!
    The HYPOCRACY is overwhelming!
    By the way most hunters love the hunt. You can hunt from dawn to dust, day after day, and never get a shot but like fishing and golf, you always come back for more.

    • Tom K.

      @ Vinnie A : Thank You for pointing that out. Libs are horrified if someone harvests a full grown ” Bambi ” to feed their family, BUT would abort one or more of their own children. Liberalism IS a mental disorder.

    • James Maxwell

      Hey Vinnie the planned murder group had their holiday celebration at the
      murder clinic in Galveston. I have been wondering if they had to go there
      to take care of “a little problem” before they celebrated the murder of the

      innocent children.

  • tom cook

    Too bad we’re not allowed to hunt these losers posting on twit-er and facelessbook.

  • Paul

    All hunters should go hunt in the White House.. I am surprised that the POS in the white house doesn’t change the name to the Black House. Hunting is only allowed inside the White House on Muslim Holidays and Holy Days

    • James Maxwell

      It is no longer the White House, but not it is the “WHUT House” that deer
      in the headlight looks as o’socialist care comes home. Someone said they
      were going to raise pigs there to kill the stench that is permeating the area.
      But PETA said that was cruel and unusual torture of the Pigs.

  • GenEarly

    The Wacko Birds of Liberalism think the elder Lion should die a natural death surrounded by the grieving members of his Pride. It’s a “Lion King” World to these insane “environ-mentalists.

  • nmgene

    If it wasnt for fish and game controlling the hunting we would either be over run with wild animals or there would be none!!! They control the population of the wild animals and have brought back many from extinction. The hunters spend billions every year and this money is used for the fish and game. The anti hunting idiots continuely brake the laws and get arrested for interfering in legal hunts.

  • Tom K.

    Hunters contribute more to wildlife preservation than these ” greenie – weenie ” posters. Stop whining. Never forget that the animals that endure the ” care ” from P.E.T.A. have a huge death toll. Put your money where your mouth is – contribute to wildlife preservation and stop telling hunters, like me, what to do.

    • James Maxwell

      The Federal government, State, land owners and suppliers all make profit
      out of a controlled and safe hunting environment. Some states, depending
      upon their legislator, do an outstanding job of management of the resources.
      Others have not been as good of stewards of the land and as a result have
      overpopulation of aminals which results in disease and mass death of
      some populations.

  • glenp827

    Teddy Roosevelt era “greenies” caused great pain suffering starvation and death creating a deer sanctuary where they overpopulated and destroyed the foor sources

    • MyronJPoltroonian

      You’re referring to the Kaibab National Forest mule deer situation in the early Twentieth Century, right? It was a man made, good intentioned tragedy that was most likely given impetus by what had happened to the American Bison. When it finally became obvious what precipitated the Mule Deer population crash, it took dedicated American conservationist’s [not today's so-called "Environmentalists'] and hunters to begin and then maintain the recovery.

      • glenp827

        Myron thanks for the detail fill in. I am glad someone else knows of these idiocies

        • MyronJPoltroonian

          One of the unseen advantages of being an “Elder Flatulence.” (a.k.a., a high-class, “Old Fart”.)

      • glenp827

        61 here so I am right up there

  • James Maxwell

    Congratulation on your Lion, he is a beauty. I hope you have him mounted for
    display in your office or home. Hunting in a responsible manner preserves the
    health of the Lion population and culling old males insure that there is a strong
    and viable population to maintain the balance of nature around the world. There
    was a time when the idiots would go out and kill everything for sport and let
    the animals go to waste. In America we were guild of this by killing off the Buffalo
    and only at the last moment did sanity prevail and save them from extinction.

    • Mez Kitsu

      You act as though you believe you are a god. You are not. You do not get to dictate how nature should progress. Nature has survived for millions of years without humans hunting for so-called “conservation”. You steal the land of these lions and then, when they starve because of your theft, you hunt them and claim you are doing them a favor. You should control your own numbers, not those of others. There is no honor in taking the life of a predator, especially one that is endangered. And anyone who claims they hunt for conservation can instantly be defeated by the fact that they post photographs of themselves with the dead. Those who respect the dead, and nature, do not pose for photographs. I say this as a gun-owning Native South American, in a region filled with a far more diverse wildlife than even Africa. We do not have conservation problems within our borders because we grow our people responsibly, rather than having billions trample over land. When we hunt we do so only for food, and there is no pleasure in taking life. That is why in my culture hunters are seen as the lower classes, and why it is never done in the open out of fear of shame.

      • ort

        Stay in South America and don’t stick your nose in America’s business. Thanks all the same for your advice, but it’s clearly not wanted.

        • Mez Kitsu

          I am staying in my homeland, and I do not intend on ever leaving. We have many American immigrants who come to our land to live here, and when they come we make sure that they accept our culture and way of life.

          • ort

            Fine. Just don’t offer your opinion when you don’t even live here.

          • Mez Kitsu

            This act took place in Africa. Are you from Africa? If not, then by your logic you should not be offering your opinion, either. Of course the entire idea of “You can only have an opinion if you are from here” is illogical.

          • ort

            This article is about an American woman, and you trashing her for hunting. I can, and will, continue to defend her.

          • Mez Kitsu

            An American woman who acted outside of her jurisdiction. And anyway, your comment makes any less sense. Would you defend someone American who did something bad just because they share a citizenship with you? I know she brings shame to your country, and that is a reason to shun her not defend her. Your beliefs seem to be based upon emotion. You remind me very much of those American groups who wish to ban firearms by using only emotional pleading because they do not understand facts.

          • ort

            She didn’t “act outside her jurisdiction”. She went hunting.
            Do you even understand the simple idea that too many predator animals are just as bad as too many prey animals?

            Instead of culling, your solution would be to let them starve and die a terrible death. Make SO much more sense. NOT.

          • Mez Kitsu

            https://www.facebook.com/notes/stop-trophy-hunting-now/words-from-a-native-american-on-a-trophy-hunting-page/353741268008604

            You should read one of my older posts. I would like to say that my people have worked with nature for thousands of years and we have never had such things happen. This is because we realize that when animals starve it’s because we are taking their land and their prey. Instead, we work toward a sustainable environment. You, on the other hand, do not. Instead of trying to find a sustainable goal you kill, refusing to accept that it is your species that causes the problems.

          • ort

            Oh, you are one of those people. I should have known.
            So what do you propose we do? Pick a few large cities, kill those who live there, and raze the buildings and plant trees and flowers?

            You can’t turn back time. The genie is out of the bottle. The only thing we can do is make sure neither the predators nor the prey starve because their numbers aren’t balanced.

          • Mez Kitsu

            “One of those people”? e.e I hope that isn’t a sly racist comment. Your people overspread, mine did not. You should have been sustainable like us. Your failure to do that does not justify you to commit other wrongs. Two wrongs do not make a right. You have plenty of opportunities (and still do) to be sustainable, you refuse to do so. You are not a god, it is not your place to determine which animals should live and which should die. This planet has survived for billions of years without humans and will do so for billions more. Nature has always found a way, even when almost every species became extinct (the dinosaurs, for example).

          • ort

            RACIST COMMENT?? Do you have a head injury or something???? I meant tree hugging hippie liberal. Do idiots like you ALWAYS have to play the race card?

            Besides, exactly HOW do I know what ethnicity you are by the words you typed into a computer??

            And by the way, what is YOUR species? Stop talking like you aren’t a member of the human race.

            You are a Godless fool and I will not converse with you any longer. Buh bye.

          • Mez Kitsu

            Maybe it’s because you just ended with a racist comment. “Godless fool” – implying my Native American beliefs are inferior, and considering your belief is the one that inflicted genocide I find that ridiculous. My ethnicity was clearly mentioned in the post I linked to, as was it stated in my first post here about my culture.

            As for liberal, um, no. You are the liberal, not I. Do you support republics as a form of government? If yes, then you’re a liberal. I am a monarchist, and you can’t get more conservative than that. Are you American? Your country tries to ban guns all the time, you have anti-gun groups and wish to take away gun rights from innocent people. Your country has a liberal view toward guns. My monarchy, on the other hand, does not try and ban guns.

            So before calling people a liberal I strongly suggest you look at your own liberal country.

          • ort

            LOL!!! Boy, you sure can find “racism” everywhere, can’t you?
            Crazy, crazy people like you infest these boards. Go play the race card somewhere else. Maybe there is a Trayvon Martin support board you can post on…………

          • Mez Kitsu

            Take your liberal beliefs elsewhere, Ort. As you say, maybe you can go and join one of your American anti-gun groups like MDA. Learn the difference between genuine racism and playing the race card. By the way, you started this conversation by playing a very similar card when you said “She’s American so I’ll defend her”.

          • ort

            LOL! “Liberal beliefs”?? I happen to be a staunch conservative who very much believes in, supports, and defends the 2nd Amendment. I also shoot and own weapons.

            Again, play the race card elsewhere. Oh, and don’t forget to check under your bed for the racist bogeyman—you never know, he might be there.

          • Mez Kitsu

            You refereed to me as a “fool” because of my ethnicity. I also enjoy the fact that you are using a fallacy by ignoring any points and resorting to personal attacks by talking about the magical “race card” you claim exists.

            You are not a conservative. You are a liberal. I live in a monarchy and own a modern fully automatic rifle. You live in a republic and are banned from owning a modern fully automatic rifle. So again, I suggest you think over your comments before speaking. You could always move to a conservative country if you want to own a real gun, or you can stay in the USA and play with your semi-automatic magazine-limited rifles. ^___^;

          • ort

            lol. Too funny.

          • Mez Kitsu

            Is it? Do you find the removal of your rights funny? Do you enjoy being enslaved by an ignorant majority? Now your liberal mindset shows through, does it not?

          • ort

            Do you come with an “off button”? If so, employ it.
            I’m going to bed. You can continue to rant and rave. Nighty night.

          • Mez Kitsu

            With respect, it is you who replied to me, and not vice versa. You have done nothing but be insulting and resort to fallacies this entire time. You have ignored any data I provide and resort to emotional pleading. If you do not wish to discuss this with me then you have the option to walk away. If you wish to constantly reply then do not blame me if I respond back. I have not ranted, I have stated facts. To the rest of the world you Americans are incredibly liberal, you may not like that but it is a fact. Compared to the more left-wing nations in Europe you may “seem” conservative, but you are far from it. Conservatives are allowed to own automatic rifles, but you gave away that right under the FOPA. Conservatives support monarchy, not liberal majority rule.

      • James Maxwell

        Must be the reason you slaughter Elephants and Rhinos for
        their tusk, slaughter millions of your own people in tribal wars
        across the African continent, capture trade and sell slave to others.
        Your entire continent lives in abject poverty, not because the people
        chose it but because they rulers will not let you educate yourself
        or lift yourself out of the mud. Yes man has dominion over the
        fish in the sea, the birds in the air and the beast of the land. Not
        to abuse them but to used them to uplift ourselves and help feed
        our families. I hunt not so much for the sport but to used the
        creature of earth to sustain my family. I have known many
        from around the world including Africa. You have a consideration
        problem whether or not you will admit it is your problem. But that
        aside we see pictures constantly if the starving people in Africa
        which at last count showed South Africa also. You speak
        like one of the Mau Mau supports when turmoil broke out
        between the Blacks and Dutch in South Africa.

        • Mez Kitsu

          Um. I think you may need to re-read my comment, James! I am not from Africa, nor do my people kill elephants or rhinos (we have neither here), nor does anyone here live in poverty. In my region we have less poverty than you do in the USA, because we are a traditional monarchy and our nobility work to eliminate such things.

          • James Maxwell

            I know you are in South America, not sure what part as news
            from that part of the world is generally on the Botga drug
            cartels or others that poison the world with their drugs. But
            as for the South American aminals trade we see plenty
            of that with various species being smuggled into the USA.
            I do not disagree with part of your thought of living as one
            with nature when possible. But in the civilized worlds today
            that is not possible. People displaced the habitat of the
            creatures and destroyed vast section of the forested lands.
            I know there are some tribes in South America that are
            fighting back and actually winning their battle but for how
            long is the question. I was not award of any monarchy
            in South America and if you do not have a crime or murder
            rate you are a very rare and exceptional area that must
            be close to outsiders. If all are treated fairly then you are
            ahead of the game. But as for the hunting of wild aminals
            such as Lions, Tigers and other creatures that is part of
            the natural cycle of life and survival of the fittest. I hunt
            to put food on the table for my family and for the pure
            pleasure of seeing if my skills are acceptable. I do not
            shoot at an aminals unless I can make a good shot and
            insure taking the animal safely.

          • Mez Kitsu

            You spoke about Africa in your last comment, so you didn’t know that I was in South America. You may have misread South America as South Africa, which happens more often than you’d think! o.o

            I am a Native American, that is why I live under a monarchy. We’re not a Spanish or Portuguese colony and still keep our traditional systems. We are winning, and we will continue to do so. We will not allow Brazil or other regions to infringe our sovereignty.

            The natural cycle is where predators hunt prey for food. Lions are not food animals. To hunt for “fun” or “sport” is dishonorable, and there is no place for it in a civilized culture. Taking life is not something to be proud of, and those that hunt for food respect nature, they do not pose for photographs like the woman in this picture did.

          • Bob Pegram

            The destruction of the Amazon rain forest is economically feasible only because the Brazilian government subsidizes it. It is not economically feasible in a free market. The problem is SOCIALISM!

          • Mez Kitsu

            No, Bob, the problem is republics and democracy. My people have lived under our traditional monarchies for thousands of years and never once deforested. Then, this system of majority rule establishes some colonies, and instantly everything is gone because the majority want to get rid of it. I’m glad my people still keep our traditions and don’t use ignorant majority rule to further destroy this planet.

  • http://PalTalk.com Charles O McVey Sr.

    You go girl

  • bil

    Several years ago the Everglades flooded (thank you, Dept of the Army) due to the feds trying to create a river. The poor deer were starving by the hundreds, if not thousands. We deer to eat them. Think about that, you meat-eating hypocrites! Hundreds of hunters went there in half tracks and big hunting buggies (me included) and rescued deer. The gates were locked; we cut the locks off, in order to do what we saw as righteous – save the deer. They would stand in groups on little grass hammocks. Wouldn’t even move as we drove up, because they were surrounded by 4-5 feet of water. We would simply pick them up and put on the vehicle. They acted docile, not wild. At least they had the sense to know we hunters help them!

    • MyronJPoltroonian

      Incontrovertible proof that the “Enviro’s” in charge of federal agencies suffer from “Swamp Fever.” (May it be “Terminal”, always.)

  • gw111

    Hunting has evolved into a sport since we no longer need to hunt for food. That said it doesn’t make hunting bad. In fact hunting is good. Sometimes we miss the point of hunting. Countries use hunting as a way to control over grazing and animals dying an agonizing death. I like to shoot, but I am not much for hunting, but I am glad there are those who hunt. An area that can support a 100 dear a year and has 120 deer will run out of grazing area. The result is when all the grass is gone 120 dear become in danger of starving to death and that usually mean the new born. I have hunted a lot when younger and my son still hunts. The only time really like hunting now is when I am out there with him. And the truth is I find most hunters really great company over a campfire.

  • gw111

    Hunting and resource conservation go together both in maintain control of wild animals and money resources to improve water sheds and other wild life protections.

  • Allen Runyon

    Congrats on the Lion. May you have that kind of luck on every hunt you go on. Hunters keep the animal population in check.

  • sbryant

    The critics of hunting are clueless. They have no idea that hunters and their money has preserved more wild life any government agency.
    If game were managed properly on federal lands we would not have dangerous wildlife attacks in populated areas.

  • sotarrthewizard

    Nice trophy. When will she be heading to Chicago, and hunting truly dangerous game, the dreaded Gangbanger. . . . (evil grin)

  • Dave L.

    Needs to go hunting in Chicago and see if she can bag a Lowland chimp knockout king !!

  • Drater

    If it had been a guy, there’d have been snide comments about how small his dick was.

  • Rob Pobe

    The Obamanationists prefer starving emaciated wildlife.

  • CACondor

    Way to go Michelle

  • CACondor

    More than a sport – Our family survived a tough year economically by me
    providing game (Deer pheasants rabbits ducks and fish) to supplement our
    generous garden. Never thought of welfare or food stamps.

    • Frankie1429

      God’s welfare. He made the earth and all that is in it and gave man dominion over it. His welfare is better than the government’s.

  • Dammit

    Some of you people need to get a life Ms.Bachman has done nothing wrong. What is wrong is that a whole bunch of people in the world have just got to put their nose where it does not belong. By the way cat tastes like pork I ate a mountain lion and it was yummy!

  • Dammit

    Cat……… the other white meat

  • Rob Price

    Just because your personal views on hunting aren’t on the same plain as this huntress’s, doesn’t give anyone the right to condemn something that is “legal” somewhere else. I sure don’ hear the same tantrums being raised about the “black gang violence” on whites in large US cities! What are we to do? Declare open season on young black gang members and start issuing tags so we can go “bag” on of them for our trophy room? Just thinking out loud.

  • wanda faye rigdon

    Make the Bitch eat him !!!1

  • Dammit

    Hey Wanda cat is quite tasty you ought to try it

  • Dammit

    I wonder what Chicago gang banger tastes like? Most likely chicken….. you are what you eat. Imagine a Mac crispy gang banger burger on a bun. I for one would rather eat the cat

  • Jim horn

    Sure let him wonder off to his own destiny and die in his own way with dignity of old age. Trophy hunts and hunters show some of mans worst instincts. The desire to kill for no other reason than to stand proud at the top of the food chain with a high powered rifle scope mounted that allows safe distance killing. Just give me a camera and let the animal die of old age.

  • Dammit

    Hey Jim (blowing) a Horn,
    How would you like to be the king of the jungle and then get old and suffer all the old age problems an old cat has and die a miserable painful death. I think your camera should be taken away from you and you should be that old cats next meal.
    Because hungry desperate big cats will go out and feast on people. Besides it would be fun to watch you grovel and scream that you need a big gun with a scope……..

  • VINCENT NATELLI

    Melissa just remember PETA stands for PEOPLE EATING TASTY ANIMALS!
    I did not get to see your trophy room, open up your site again don’t give in to these MORONS. The more we fold on this kind of vocal attacks and cyber bullying shutting down sites like yours only helps them and gives them more power. Just add an editor to your site and if any words entered match any that they use make the editor ignore the comment.

  • GRAMPA

    God ate both fish and lamb, if it was good enough for him its good enough for me.
    God bless America.
    Grampa

  • Jules
  • Jay Jones

    Beautiful trophies. Glad to see a woman out there showing us men that women can do what we do. And sometimes are better at it! Good job!

  • P.S. Gunloving Bible thumper

    My 12 year old made some animal lovers cry when she told them she was going to shoot a zebra in South Africa. It was hilarious!!! She in fact harvested a large male zebra, named him “Marty” and placed his rug on her bedroom floor! I love my daughter!!!!

  • P.S. Gunloving Bible thumper

    If you think hunting is wrong, you try starving to death and tell me which is crueler!!!

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