PETA to launch porn site in name of animal rights

Sep 18, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WTVR Richmond

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, no stranger to attention-grabbing campaigns featuring nude women, plans to launch a pornography website in the name of animal rights.

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“I'm a humane bowhunter”

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#1 Sep 19, 2011
I guess Ingrid is looking for different ways to screw people.

“Bowhunting Is Euphoric”

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#2 Sep 19, 2011
Medicinebow wrote:
I guess Ingrid is looking for different ways to screw people.
Perhaps it will feature AdismaLife and her abused goats.

“I'm a humane bowhunter”

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#3 Sep 19, 2011
hiss of death wrote:
<quoted text>Perhaps it will feature AdismaLife and her abused goats.
No doubt they'll be the director.

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#4 Sep 19, 2011
I thought the Peta mantra dictated that they "targeted" children? Will the Peta links now be directing children to their porn sites?

“I'm a humane bowhunter”

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#6 Sep 19, 2011
I believe it's important that every school system in the U.S. be advised of this. When the folks at PETA want access to children it's time to "expose" them for what they really are.

So now a group running a porn site wants to educate children.

“Really??”

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#8 Sep 20, 2011
A porn web site - really?? What the hell does that have to do with Animal Rights? Lordy these people keep getting more and more screwed up.

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#9 Sep 20, 2011
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“Queen of my domain”

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#10 Sep 20, 2011
Sick, twisted, demented. To be expected out of ARAs.
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#11 Nov 19, 2011
So, animals are like people, and deserve to have sex with women too?

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#12 Jan 20, 2012
A job opportunity for chim chims goat maybe?
another wussy hunter boy

Wyandotte, OK

#13 Jan 21, 2012
Christmas Hunter wrote:
A job opportunity for chim chims goat maybe?
Hunting is not a right. Hunting is regulated by the state that you reside in, game and wildlife usually arrange the qualifications but officially everything is done in accordance with the laws that were created by your state legislature assembly, and only because states hold sovereign power opposite to the Fed, otherwise, most of us wiser people would want dangerous weapons including the lesser lethal weapons like BB guns which you probably also play- with, and that your daddy probably bought you to play hunter, completely prohibited.

Animals most certainly do have the right to live and live freely like humans do according to the rights given them by the laws of nature and creation.
Which is usually classified as a Natural Right.
Whether you like that or not it doesn't matter.....

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#14 Jan 21, 2012
another wussy hunter boy wrote:
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Hunting is not a right. Hunting is regulated by the state that you reside in, game and wildlife usually arrange the qualifications but officially everything is done in accordance with the laws that were created by your state legislature assembly, and only because states hold sovereign power opposite to the Fed, otherwise, most of us wiser people would want dangerous weapons including the lesser lethal weapons like BB guns which you probably also play- with, and that your daddy probably bought you to play hunter, completely prohibited.
Animals most certainly do have the right to live and live freely like humans do according to the rights given them by the laws of nature and creation.
Which is usually classified as a Natural Right.
Whether you like that or not it doesn't matter.....
Well said.

“Bowhunting Is Euphoric”

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#15 Jan 21, 2012
another wussy boy wrote:
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Hunting is not a right. Hunting is regulated by the state that you reside in, game and wildlife usually arrange the qualifications but officially everything is done in accordance with the laws that were created by your state legislature assembly, and only because states hold sovereign power opposite to the Fed,
Fair enough to this point.
another wussy boy wrote:
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otherwise, most of us wiser people would want dangerous weapons including the lesser lethal weapons like BB guns which you probably also play- with, and that your daddy probably bought you to play hunter, completely prohibited.
Wiser? You mean according to you, Comrade Stalin ? Thankfully, the Bill of Rights protects us from miscreants like you.
another wussy boy wrote:
<quoted text>
Animals most certainly do have the right to live and live freely like humans do according to the rights given them by the laws of nature and creation.
Which is usually classified as a Natural Right.
Whether you like that or not it doesn't matter.....
Animals also have the "right" to be eaten by other animals, including humans. We refer to that as the "food chain".
another wussy hunter boy

Wyandotte, OK

#17 Jan 21, 2012
UAAF wrote:
<quoted text> Well said.
Hi UAAF. Thank You. That maybe though maybe not this. I had to make PETA stop sending me letters in the mail to my home address with lettered insignias of cats and dogs. When I'd go to their web site they trashed my comments and were letting the hunters post comments while excluding me and my comments. I told them that I didn't appreiate being excluded especially while they were allowing the hunters get their personal message across. I also told them that I've been a Vegan a long time, and all PETA seems to do is promote the welfare of non hunted animals like cats and dogs, and that they reminded me of The Humane Society. I said Mercy For Animals is much superior to whatever is happening to PETA. I also told PETA that I did not like their site and to remove my mailing address. No more lettters.
I felt like a new person. I left bad luggage behind.
I belive in Mercy For Animals 100 percent.
It's a great place with great people.

“Bowhunting Is Euphoric”

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#18 Jan 21, 2012
another wussy boy wrote:
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When I'd go to their web site they trashed my comments and were letting the hunters post comments while excluding me and my comments.
Perhaps your comments were in bad taste and hey, God forbid anyone else be allowed their opinion.
another wussy hunter boy

Wyandotte, OK

#19 Jan 21, 2012
hiss of death wrote:
<quoted text>Fair enough to this point. <quoted text>Wiser? You mean according to you, Comrade Stalin ? Thankfully, the Bill of Rights protects us from miscreants like you.
<quoted text>Animals also have the "right" to be eaten by other animals, including humans. We refer to that as the "food chain".
Actually piss of death it's not the Bill Of Rights you're referring to. It's the United States constitution.
The Bill of rights was sort of drafted later after the constitution went into law.
June 8, 1789, James Madison introduced proposed amendments to the Constitution, which would eventually become known as the Bill of Rights.
On September 25, 1789, the First Federal Congress of the United States proposed to the state legislatures twelve amendments to the Constitution. Articles three through twelve, known as the Bill of Rights, became the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution and contained guarantees of essential rights and liberties omitted in the crafting of the original document.

So what you really have is an elevated section of constitutional issues regarding individual rights in regards to the previous existing constitution.

The Second Amendment is covered under Article 1 Section 8 of the US constitution. Which authorizes Congress with the power to regulate, train, and employ the militia in ground and Naval forces.

When written the second amendment says this. A Well Regulated Militia being necessary for a free state.
The idea here is that the people themselves under certain conditions have a need to resort to arms to preserve a free state, under necessity, in this regard the congress assumed that the powers would be invested in the elected congress to regulate how exactly this occurred. The idea is under those conditions a people could not be restricted in the right too properly posses and use arms.
So in the full sentence.
A well regulated militia being necessary for a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
Has nothing to do with hunting defenseless animals. Only securing a free state.
another wussy hunter boy

Wyandotte, OK

#20 Jan 21, 2012
hiss of death wrote:
<quoted text>Perhaps your comments were in bad taste and hey, God forbid anyone else be allowed their opinion.
You have a right to your opinion piss of death...why troll as a hunter on a vegan site.

hunting sites are available to surf the turf kiddo

“Bowhunting Is Euphoric”

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#21 Jan 21, 2012
another wussy boy wrote:
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Actually piss...
You could have stopped right here and been most accurate about your post.
another wussy boy wrote:
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So in the full sentence.
A well regulated militia being necessary for a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
Has nothing to do with hunting defenseless animals. Only securing a free state.
Never said it was about hunting. It's about the right of the populace to repel tyranny. The Supreme Court agreed that individual citizens have the "right to keep and bear arms". Regulated hunting is a side benefit of weapon ownership. One that isn't going away.

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#22 Jan 21, 2012
another wussy hunter boy wrote:
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Hi UAAF. Thank You. That maybe though maybe not this. I had to make PETA stop sending me letters in the mail to my home address with lettered insignias of cats and dogs. When I'd go to their web site they trashed my comments and were letting the hunters post comments while excluding me and my comments. I told them that I didn't appreiate being excluded especially while they were allowing the hunters get their personal message across. I also told them that I've been a Vegan a long time, and all PETA seems to do is promote the welfare of non hunted animals like cats and dogs, and that they reminded me of The Humane Society. I said Mercy For Animals is much superior to whatever is happening to PETA. I also told PETA that I did not like their site and to remove my mailing address. No more lettters.
I felt like a new person. I left bad luggage behind.
I belive in Mercy For Animals 100 percent.
It's a great place with great people.
Im surprised they would let hunters express their opinions on their site while not allowing you (a vegan) to do so.

PETA does get a bit silly at times and attracts a lot of bad attention to the Animal Rights cause through some of their publicity stunts. They need to focus more on helping animals and less on publicity stunts.

“Bowhunting Is Euphoric”

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#23 Jan 21, 2012
another wussy hunter boy wrote:
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You have a right to your opinion piss of death...why troll as a hunter on a vegan site.
hunting sites are available to surf the turf kiddo
Your jaded opinion and no more.

These are open forums... live with it.

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