Field & Stream fly fishing blog makes a bold move — Tackling Dick Cheney’s enviro record

Romano and Deeter at Field and Stream decided to write about the American Museum of Fly Fishing having Dick Cheney speak as a guest of honor, and linked to the Ted Williams’ write ups on the subject. While the idea of Dick Cheney being honored by anyone who values wild fish and streams is patently ridiculous, I wouldn’t have touched that topic on my other blog — mainly because I wouldn’t want to deal with the Red-State backlash. But these guys are weathering shitstorm of comments and probably have some unhappy advertisers.

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Matt Stansberry currently lives in Eugene, Oregon with his wife and son.
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2 Responses to Field & Stream fly fishing blog makes a bold move — Tackling Dick Cheney’s enviro record

  1. Justin says:

    YOUR IGNORANCE OF REAL POLITCS IS EMBARASSING AT BEST. MORE FEDERAL LAND WAS DESIGNATED PROTECTED DURING THE BUSH YEARS THEN DURING THE CLINTON YEARS. YOU SHOULD TRY BECOMING INFORMED BEFORE VOICEING AN OPINION ROOTED IN RHETORIC NOT FACT.

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