Animal rights nutjobs vandalize restaurant again
Posted by Stan Moore on April 14, 2009
A Howard County restaurant vandalized three weeks ago because of an item on the menu was hit again.
However, this time the owners of the Iron Bridge Wine Company on Route 108 in Columbia, said the people responsible were caught on camera.
The owners said their restaurant was vandalized last time due to the controversial delicacy foie gras, or duck liver. They said they’re fairly certain the people responsible for the first attack perpetrated the second.
“If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, it’s a duck,” owner Steve Wecker said.
Two weeks ago the vandals broke windows, put glue into the locks and painted “get rid of foie gras” on walls. Read More
Animal rights extremists continue to feel the need to use intimidation against agricultural producers, small business owners and consumers. They don’t believe in allowing consumers to vote with their dollars for what products they like. It’s unfortunate that these criminals think they are helping animals when in reality they only hurt the cause they claim to represent.