New Jersey –-(Ammoland.com)- Today, December 8th 2011, the New Jersey Star Ledger News Paper featured a story calling out a small group of radical New Jersey Animal Rights activist for a blatantly lying to show support for their cause.
The BEAR Group, who’s website continued to claim that they have the support of 99% of New Jersey residents, received the papers “Pants On Fire” award for lying.
From the article:
A black bear advocacy group claimed on its website that 99 percent of New Jersey voters oppose hunting.
That number is way off. The organization acknowledges it’s wrong, but late in the afternoon on Dec. 7, more than a day after PolitiFact New Jersey initially contacted the group, the statement was still on the website — even after Jones said a webmaster would be notified to change it.
The statement drops to the ridiculous level for that reason, earning a Pants on Fire!”
Read the story here: http://tiny.cc/by8i1