Hello , and lets get straight to the point of this article. This is a really hot Item so read on!
Kristine from the Outdoors Bloggers Summit has issued a challenge to the members. A recent anti outdoor statement or article has the outdoor community in arrears! An author for The American Spectator , has written a very controversial article and has stirred up one heck of a hornets nest! Click on the title of the article or any link in this article and leave your comment if you will. If you don't have any comments, then that's OK too! I personally think this guy is a real idiot, even though he is entitled to his own opinion , he should have thought twice about posting this article. I disagree with him totally as you can see from the comment I left on his site. Please excuse my fowl language as I was hot under the color and that is no excuse, I know!
I actually had to force my self to reply in this manner, but , as a supporter of the Outdoor Bloggers Summit I feel obligated to meet the challenge. It is an issue that needs to be
addressed by all!
I truly feel , that this man has not only offended the outdoor women of the world, he has also offended, and insulted the outdoor community as a whole , while making out all men to be low forms of life! By making the statement of "a beer in one hand and a gun in the other" he has given the anti gun, anti hunting, and anti fishing, and anti outdoor communities a lot of ammo against the outdoor communities.
Way to go Mr. Ortlet! You are too cool! Actually what a fool. All comments will be appreciated and I encourage all to go and check out the article and leave a comment. Then go to the Outdoor Bloggers Summit and leave a comment and give them your support! It's One hell of an organization in the making and they all truly get involved in this sort of issue. I personally support them and encourage all outdoor bloggers to team up with them and get involved in the Promotion of the "Great Outdoors!"
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