Is it wright versus wrong...? How do you define wright versus wrong? You stated that a person who applied for a draw hunt with no intention to go was not behaving ethically and that I could have aleast acknowledged that he was behaving unethically. Ethically is simply a matter of ones beliefs. Just because I would not do what he did, does not make what he did unethical.
Do you believe that a person who is a tree hugger that applies for a hunt and does not go is acting unethically?
No point in reading much farther than this. This discussion has been about inconsiderate hunters, not tree huggers. As it pertains to the hunting community and the definition of ethics, I believe that it's unethical for a hunter to apply for a limited draw hunt that they have no intention of ever doing. I think many would agree with me. You obviously don't.
There are many things wrong with this country and the world. You're quick to dismiss perhaps one of the biggest - rampant inconsiderate behavior. This thread is about hunters blatantly screwing other hunters, which is something that you would think people around here wouldn't step in to defend. You proved me wrong.
I hope you do a better job of teaching right from wrong than you've done of acknowledging it here, and I will leave it at that.
Maybe RUGER can open a psychology forum and you can give your anger management lessons there.