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Should the group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) be limited in its investigations?

  • Peta are nuts

    They make the craziest of demands; everyone has to go vegan no exceptions, animal research labs are cruel, zoos are cruel and the like. First off human can't go vegan, at least not on the scale Peta wants us to because we are not designed to eat just plants humans are omnivores meaning plants and meat vegan have to take supplements for vitamins and minerals they need to survive they can't get without meat. Second how do they propose we research drugs without the animals? Let me tell you, human lab rats which never ends well look back to 1700s when people where test subjects for drugs and treatments and it made them worse or KILLED THEM that right there is why we have the research labs so that we can be certain it won't kill them. Third zoos are not cruel though they try their damn best to paint them that way, zoos more often than not SAVE endangered species like whales, sharks, birds, reptiles they don't mistreat them. Let give you an example a couple years ago Peta had sea world release some of their animals back into the wild... Many of them died because they didn't know how to survive in the wild or they were hunted by people that caused them to be endangered in the first place so no I don't think Peta should be able to Willy nilly "investigate" whatever they want

  • Yes, they demand too much.

    Yes, the group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals should be limited in its investigations, because they make a lot of demands that are simply not practical. One such demand was when they wanted Ben & Jerrys to serve ice cream made with human breast milk. PETA should know their limits, because at some point, they're harassing people.

  • Of Course They Should

    I believe the group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), should be limited to its investigations. I believe they should have to follow the laws, just as any individual should have to follow the laws. Their investigations shouldn't allow them onto private property or allow them access to information that is not granted to them.

  • Yes, or at least in its activities.

    Naturally, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is entitled to go about trying to protect them, but it should not be carried to extremes without being subject to legal action. One can say one does not appreciate the actions of another, but treating the other person disrespectfully--for wearing fur for instance--should be treated as assault.

  • There's no need to limit them.

    No, the group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) should not be limited in its investigations. They have the same right as any other group or individual in the United States, and limiting them because we don't like their message would be a violation of their First Amendment rights.

  • The group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) should not be limited in its investigations.

    The group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) should not be limited in its investigations. They are the one group out there that do everything that they can to help the animals. I think that we should give them whatever they need to do their job and rescue the animals in need.


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