Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Graywolf Threatened Again
A.P. News Alert: November 11, 2008
The Bush administration, in one of its final acts of vengeance and retribution against Democrats, has proposed that Jim Cornehls, controversial, yet mild-mannered professor at UT Arlington, aka the Graywolf, be removed from the Endangered Species List. When contacted in northern Montana, the Graywolf stated he was currently staying close to the Canadian border, in case he is forced to make a "run for the border."
In this file photo, taken recently in Yellowstone National Park, where the Graywolf and his mate and two pups have been residing, the Graywolf was preparing to leave for Montana. With heavy snows reported in Montana, all the way to the border, Jim told his friends, associates and two game wardens, who came to see him off and wish him well, that he would be back. He expressed relief about the election of Barack Obama as the new President and thought the chances were very good that he would be re-included in the Endangered Specices Act, if Bush should succeed in having him removed prior to January 20, 2009.