Nah man, wolves def do damage. They are out of control in my hometown in Idaho, they stalk farmers herds, peoples pets, and packs of wild animals such as the elk. They are multiplying in numbers and are not even native to the area, the species of wolf does not belong in this type of environment. They are Canadian Grey Wolves, which happen to be the "baddest" and "meanest" sub breed of wolves. The Government should not have brought them to Idaho or the surrounding areas.
WHERE the fuck are farmers suppose to keep their animals? Inside..... How do they make a living? How do people in those parts support their families? What do people eat and consume in those parts? Oh maybe the farmers are essential to the community, therefore their herds are important on a bigger level... And since they have started selling wolf tags the amount of wolf attacks on herds and pets has decreased.
I am not an advocate of senseless killing or killing for the fun of it, I am a hunter and follow a set of "responsibility codes"I have learned from hunters ed, my father, and pure respect for the animals and life in general.
get learned before you make assumptions...
this may be a start with some good info, at least from Idaho.
bit more extreme graphic content, but still interesting...
Yes there are downsides to this, for example http://www.belgrade-news.com/news/article_c1d1447c-cd75-11df-972d-001cc4c002e0.html
But I believe with the correct enforcement, tags, and regulations, this all could be under control and put both sides at somewhat of an ease. With every controversy there are opinions and you DO have the right to your own, just please read and learn what you are talking about.