Well it is a good thing that these animal right's groups oppose hunting


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Strangely enough, people like these also strongly tend towards considering the human unborn with much the same callous disregard. Just don't you *dare* shoot a deer or a dove though...that's just sick.

Sociopathic? Psychopathic? These kinda folks have some very deep mental issues...


3/22/2007 10:30 AM  
Anonymous Brian said...

I think the single most important thing to understand about Animal Rights is this: they believe that an animal and a human are of equal moral value. In short, if it is immoral or unethical to do something to a human (hunt, eat, kill for research) it is no less so to do it to an animal, and to discriminate between human and non-human simply because of species differences ("speciesism") is no less morally bereft than to discriminate between humans on the basis of sex or skin color.

So when these people advocate killing an animal, or to spay and neuter them, they are either violating the core principle of AR, the principle that completely separates AR from Animal Welfare, or they would be will humans and sterilize humans for exactly the same reasons.

3/22/2007 10:34 AM  
Anonymous Ken said...

Wasn't it the Roman writer Varro who wrote that "No madman has ever dreamed up anything so weird that some philosopher will not say it"? The real irony in this article is that these animal rights advocates are the philosophical kin of the war protesters 40 years ago who mocked the claim that "the village had to be destroyed in order to save it."

3/22/2007 10:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

/sarcasm on/
Sure, that bear has a right to die with dignity...they should not shoot him, just withold food and water like the Terry Schiavo prescription. /sarcasm off/

These Peta people are weird and cold hearted batards, ain't they?
Doug in Colorado

3/22/2007 1:03 PM  
Anonymous John Hardin said...


(Love the blog, hate the apostrophe abuse. "Animal Right's"?)

"The zoo must kill the bear," said spokesman Frank Albrecht. "Feeding
by hand is not species-appropriate but a gross violation of animal
protection laws."

I wonder what herr Albrecht would do if the zoo handed him a knife and
the cub and said "Here you go..."

3/23/2007 9:56 AM  

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