There's so many things wrong with this story that I hardly know what bit of junk to pick out first...
The differing views of Sunday hunting in Virginia is contaminated with superstitious rubbish that goes something like this:
A deer and rabbit hunter says that God wants wildlife to have a day of rest.
And the guy who hunts elk and pigs, thinks it's his "God given right" to hunt any time.
In the end it comes down to "sacred" property rights and "holy" money. The additional killing day is worth $300 million... And well, people own land and all the life in it.
I say the deer, the rabbits, pigs and anyone who possesses a body has a right to the life within it... All the time!
If Sunday is a day to pick up "The Good Book". May I recommend a few others?
I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do, because I notice it always coincides with their own desires. ~Susan B. Anthony