Comments about ‘PETA decides graphic video won't play well with Utah State Fair crowds’

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Published: Friday, Sept. 7 2012 6:27 p.m. MDT

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Mary Finelli
Silver Spring, MD

Having lived in Utah (Draper) for 4 years, this sounds like a good idea to me. Hopefully people will be open to discussion and interested in seeing what it is that PETA has to show.

My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

PETA has about run its course and what it has for show and tell are 20 year old pictures or real world necessities we as humans must inflict on animals to survive with information to promote issue that doesn't need their advice, harassment, or terrorism. Survival of the fittest looks cruel but a reality of necessity that preempts survival of a species.

If PETA wants to help animals, they should work on closing or changing animal shelters so they don't recycle unwanted pets and animals into the hand of those that can't take care of them medically, or feed them or shelter them. The danger to animals are the groups pretending to care about them but profit tens of thousands of dollars by reselling them, that includes PETA.

Animals are not meant to be managed or saved or have their way of life and survival be inflicted by any person pretending to think they are the friends of animals. Culling and health of a species is our natural calling. PETA interferes with natural events and should be culled from the rights of animals as unnatural and dangerous for all.

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