PETA Opposes Tribute to Fried Chicken

PETA Opposes Tribute to Fried Chicken

There are 67 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Feb 11, 2008, titled PETA Opposes Tribute to Fried Chicken. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

FRANKFORT, Ky. - Animals rights advocates are squawking at a measure that would make fried chicken Kentucky 's official picnic food.

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Colonel Harland

Malvern, PA

#1 Feb 11, 2008
Why did the chicken cross the road? To escape the naked PETA Protestors!
Kelso

Miami, FL

#2 Feb 11, 2008
It would better if they made Water Melon and Grape soda the official Picnic meal.
But you know Fried Chicken always goes great with Grape soda. Did I metioned pickled pigs feet or pickled eggs??? NO PETA would not go for that.....
miamipam

Pompano Beach, FL

#3 Feb 11, 2008
Wow- with so much going on in our country these people want to clash over how a chicken is slaughtered on a chicken farm? Wow! Too much time on their hands.
Trippyzippy

Ocoee, FL

#4 Feb 11, 2008
What a shock.
Well at least I can say I learned something today..
Kentucky's state bird is the cardinal.
gretl

Lake Worth, FL

#5 Feb 11, 2008
Until PETA members start eating rocks (can't do that the microbes etc. on them may have feelings.) then they should keep their mouths shut. Plants apparently have feelings, so when you rip them from the soil or tear off their leaves etc. you are hurting them, just like people who eat animals. It is the way things are supposed to be. These folks should read the kids book about the farmer who gets rid of the frogs and is overrun by insects. Perhaps KFC could find more humane ways of killing the chickens, but these people would still complain, because they don't want anyone killing or eating animals.
KFC1

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#6 Feb 11, 2008
Here goes PETA again. What a bunch of wasted effort. There are real animal abuse issues to be concerned with. Heck, even human abuse that is more important. Where is PETA complaining about Darfur? What about child abuse?
George

United States

#7 Feb 11, 2008
PETA does all this crap just for publicity and the stupid media picks it up, just like PETA planned, free advertising
Einstein

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#8 Feb 11, 2008
I'm a member of P.E.T.A. People Eating Tasty Animals.
Sawgrass Willy

Charlottesville, VA

#9 Feb 11, 2008
miamipam wrote:
Wow- with so much going on in our country these people want to clash over how a chicken is slaughtered on a chicken farm? Wow! Too much time on their hands.
Guess a pinhead like you has never seen what they do to animals in factory farms. It's not pleasant that's for sure.
Sawgrass Willy

Charlottesville, VA

#10 Feb 11, 2008
gretl wrote:
Until PETA members start eating rocks (can't do that the microbes etc. on them may have feelings.) then they should keep their mouths shut. Plants apparently have feelings, so when you rip them from the soil or tear off their leaves etc. you are hurting them, just like people who eat animals. It is the way things are supposed to be. These folks should read the kids book about the farmer who gets rid of the frogs and is overrun by insects. Perhaps KFC could find more humane ways of killing the chickens, but these people would still complain, because they don't want anyone killing or eating animals.
Quit whining a-h.o*l.e. Fighting against cruelty to animals is a good thing. PETA does what lazy, self-centered meatbalss like you would never do.

What did you do after your dumb post? Visit a porn site and exercise your left hand?
Sawgrass Willy

Charlottesville, VA

#11 Feb 11, 2008
George wrote:
PETA does all this crap just for publicity and the stupid media picks it up, just like PETA planned, free advertising
Just waht a dumbass from Kissemme would say.
Who cares

West Palm Beach, FL

#12 Feb 11, 2008
Why give this attention? Let these Phussies cry about whatever they want. More beef tenderloin for me.
Iso

United States

#14 Feb 11, 2008
Sawgrass Willy wrote:
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Quit whining a-h.o*l.e. Fighting against cruelty to animals is a good thing. PETA does what lazy, self-centered meatbalss like you would never do.
What did you do after your dumb post? Visit a porn site and exercise your left hand?
Did you stay home sick from school today. Animals that are not wild are property, plain and simple. If someone kills your dog or cow, you can seek relief. However, since you own your property you should do as you wish. I am not an animal torturer or killer (except for deer, they're tasty), but I object to someone else telling me what to do with my property when it doesn't affect them.
Imaghast

Miami, FL

#15 Feb 11, 2008
Sawgrass Willy wrote:
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Just waht a dumbass from Kissemme would say.
Whoa Willy! Dont get your knickers in a twist!
Cant you express you opinions without resorting to fowl [sic] language?
Iso

United States

#24 Feb 11, 2008
Imaghast wrote:
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Whoa Willy! Dont get your knickers in a twist!
Cant you express you opinions without resorting to fowl [sic] language?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

I think that's pun of the day!
Paris

Pompano Beach, FL

#25 Feb 21, 2008
Cluckers
Blackberry

Camberley, UK

#26 Feb 22, 2008
miamipam wrote:
Wow- with so much going on in our country these people want to clash over how a chicken is slaughtered on a chicken farm? Wow! Too much time on their hands.

Yeah and lets ignore the people who vandalise your home one day soon. There are murders going on in your country that are much more immoral, so that makes anything not important doesn't it?
anon

Gary, IN

#27 Mar 13, 2008
Why can't PETA do anything to stop puppy mills? This is what they should be doing instead of trivial s**^ like this!!!
PETA check out the Fairs' puppy mill in Obion Co. Tn. and now also in Ky. Oh, wait you did. And nothing was done. They got the dogs back because of some pay off. Maybe you were in on that too? They got the dogs back and now are also setting up a mill in KY. somewhere.
PETA forget the chickens and come take down this puppy mill!!!!!!!
anon

United States

#28 Mar 26, 2008
CHICKENS? Don't they have something better to do?
Puppy mills, etc. Check out the one in Obion James and Mary Jo Fair. Elbridge-minnick rd. Altho they are currently moving their mills to Ky.
WHERE IS PETA? At the chicken house!
Been there

Howey In The Hills, FL

#29 Mar 26, 2008
miamipam wrote:
Wow- with so much going on in our country these people want to clash over how a chicken is slaughtered on a chicken farm? Wow! Too much time on their hands.
This is a reason to dismiss cruelty to animals? A typical
display of ignorance and stupidity. You need to be spayed or neutered.

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