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Re: Animal Law on the rise
« Reply #56 on: June 30, 2007, 12:39:05 PM »

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Re: Animal Law on the rise
« Reply #57 on: June 30, 2007, 12:39:43 PM »
Oh this was meant to be serious?!?  Ooops...
I believe we should
protect animals jus like
we need to protect the evironment and
Our natural resources but
I'm not convinced that animals have rights
It is strange
and somewhat offesive to
compare the "rights" of
animals to those of man.
and then to spend
resources that are needed for
the survival of the human race
It's almos as if the
Stereotypes of Animal rights activists
in that they believe
the life of a lab rat
is equal to that of a human being
Maybe we need

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Re: Animal Law on the rise
« Reply #58 on: June 30, 2007, 12:40:01 PM »
Oh this was meant to be serious?!?  Ooops...
I believe we should
protect animals jus like
we need to protect the evironment and
Our natural resources but
I'm not convinced that animals have rights
It is strange
and somewhat offesive to
compare the "rights" of
animals to those of man.
and then to spend
resources that are needed for
the survival of the human race
It's almos as if the
Stereotypes of Animal rights activists
in that they believe
the life of a lab rat
is equal to that of a human being
Maybe we need
to take the time

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Re: Animal Law on the rise
« Reply #59 on: June 30, 2007, 12:40:26 PM »
Oh this was meant to be serious?!?  Ooops...
I believe we should
protect animals jus like
we need to protect the evironment and
Our natural resources but
I'm not convinced that animals have rights
It is strange
and somewhat offesive to
compare the "rights" of
animals to those of man.
and then to spend
resources that are needed for
the survival of the human race
It's almos as if the
Stereotypes of Animal rights activists
in that they believe
the life of a lab rat
is equal to that of a human being
Maybe we need
to take the time
for more serious endeavors