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Obama To The Rescue! President Enacts Plan To Protect Wildlife!

President Obama is going to do what he can to save the animals! All of them! Yay!

President Obama cares a whole lot about animals, and not just his cutie pooches Bo and Sunny.

He loves animals across the world! That's why he wants to do something about illegal wildlife trafficking networks all over the globe.

Things are getting pretty bad because

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Carrie Underwood Must Be Stoked! Tennessee Governor Vetoed The Ag Gag Bill!

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Just another reason why you don't mess with Carrie Underwood!!!

A couple of weeks ago we reported how Carrie was pissed about an ag gag bill getting passed by Tennessee lawmakers.

The ag gag bill would've made it basically impossible for animals rights activists to secretly document abuse.

Carrie was so mad back then she said she would show up at Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam's house if it was passed!

Well, Bill made sure that didn't happen.

His office has released this statement:

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Gov. Christie Faces PETA's Wrath After He Crushed A Spider In Front Of A Bunch Of Kids!

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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is an extremely popular figure who may even have a chance to be the next president of the United States!

But count PETA out as fans of Christie after he killed a spider in front of a bunch of school kids!

Were the governor's actions out of line?

See for yourself!

Check out the video by clicking PLAY directly (above) !!!

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Carrie Underwood Still Fighting For The Animals

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Carrie Underwood is a champion for those who cannot fight for themselves: the animals!

We previously mentioned that a bill had been passed by the Tennessee legislature that would force whistleblowers to release undercover video of animal abuse to the police within 48 hours of capturing it.

The problem is that animal rights activists say that 48 hours isn't enough time to show an ongoing pattern of abuse.

Because the bill was passed, it's now up to Governor Bill Haslam to sign it into law or veto it.

Carrie tweeted:

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Carrie Underwood War Tweets With Local Politician Over Ag Gag Bill!

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We previously told y'all about the beef Carrie Underwood had with a proposed bill that would make undercover animal investigations potentially illegal.

Which made one local politician, Andy Holt, very unhappy. Here's what he said:

“I would say that Carrie Underwood will stick to singing, I’ll stick to lawmaking.”

Aww hell no!

You know our country girl ain't gonna take too kindly to that! And we were right!

Here's what Carrie tweeted back:

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Carrie Underwood Is PISSED Over Ag Gag Bill!

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We previously mentioned that there has been a lot going on in the world of politics regarding ag gag bills.

These are laws that would make it illegal to undercover document animal abuse and not turn it over to police within 48 hours.

The problem with the law is that 48 hours doesn't give an undercover whistleblower enough time to gather sufficient evidence to show a pattern of constant abuse.

Well Tennessee lawmakers have recently passed a similar bill and Carrie Underwood is very disappointed!

She said:

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Undercover Animal Abuse Bill Pulled Hours Before Voting

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There was a bill about to be voted on by the Assembly Agriculture Committee that was pulled three hours before voting.

It was a bill that would have limited undercover farm animal abuse investigations!

The bill would have made it so that anyone collecting evidence of abuse would have to turn it in to the cops within 48 hours.

The problem with that is it's not enough time to collect enough evidence to show a pattern of illegal activity, according to animal advocates.

The author of the bill said:

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