Urge Discovery Communications to Drop Sarah Palin's New Show
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Thank you for signing our petition to urge Discovery Communications to drop Sarah Palin's new show from their lineup.
To have such an anti-wildlife and polarizing figure to represent the "beauty of Alaska" is outrageous to say the least.
We need to make a lot of noise to make sure Discovery Communications gets the message -- and that means we need your help. Please forward the message below my signature to at least three people you know who care about protecting animals and the environment.
Once again, thank you for taking the time to help.
Rodger and the rest of the Defenders of Wildlife Team
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This is unbelieveable.
Discovery Communications has just announced that they'll be producing a "reality TV" series starring Sarah Palin.
Yes -- the same Sarah Palin who escalated Alaska's war on wolves and offered a $150 bounty for the severed front-forelegs of dead wolves. The same Sarah Palin who fought against increased protections for America's struggling polar bear populations. And the same Palin who fought against the increased protections for the dwindling Cook Inlet beluga whales.
I'm troubled that Discovery Communications -- known for their stunning wildlife-focused productions -- would choose to embrace such a controversial and anti-wildlife person as Sarah Palin to represent Alaska and the wildlife that lives there.
That's why I've joined Defenders of Wildlife's fight to get Discovery Communications to drop Sarah Palin's new show, and I am hoping you will too.
Please sign the petition online at http://action.defenders.org/discovery.
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