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Tuesday, March 09, 2004

BBC NEWS | UK | Twitchers watch robin served rare: "Birdwatchers from all over Britain who gathered in Grimsby to catch sight of a rare American robin were horrified to see her eaten by a passing sparrowhawk. "
This is absolutely outrageous! I cannot understand why the candidates for president do not have a plan for controlling the actions of animals who don't have any regard for each other. There must be something to do. Even if it results only in the life of one rare American robin, it would be worth whatever it takes. Robins have rights, too, you know. It is outrageous that a ferocious sparrowhawk would be allowed to roam free by the Brits, thinking only of its own desires. One robin's loss diminishes us all, and it should not be tolerated.

Something must be done to keep our robins from being blown across the sea and eaten by the British barbarians. If the Brits cannot guarantee the safety of our robins, then their immigration clearly must be limited. If we can go to the moon, why cannot be protect the most defenseless among us?
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