I dare you to list one single reason why a modern society _needs_ to _hunt_ for _food_. There are none.
Are you arguing against hunting or gardens? People do both for the same reasons -- enjoyment, connectedness with nature, knowing what's actually *in* their food, even tradition. Just because you don't see a reason doesn't mean there aren't any.
Besides, the domain name makes sense from a different context: the viewer's. When a viewer in his district goes there, it would be ostensibly be *their* congressman. It's like "MyFreeCreditReport.com" or "MyCorporation.com" or whatever. They're not claiming ownership -- they're offering service for the viewer, with a name relative to the viewer.
Should we sue Intuit because they're claiming ownership of corporations created at mycorporation.com?
My wife sang the same song as a child growing up in Ecuador, and a variation on the English version was even a theme song for the Canadian kids' show The Elephant Show with Sharon, Lois and Bram. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharon,_Lois_&_Bram)
Pretty popular song, apparently.
"Well hello there Charlie Brown, you blockhead." -- Lucy Van Pelt