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July 18, 2008

PETA Still Digging for New Lows

It's getting harder for the animal-exterminating kooks at PETA to push the envelope of bad taste. Their latest effort:

Animal rights group PETA is rolling out its controversial "Sex Talk" ad — in which two parents urge their daughter to have a lot of sex and "pop out all the kids you want" — in the top 10 teen pregnancy states to promote spaying and neutering of pets.
The 30-second commercial was launched in January in Britney and Jamie Lynn Spears' hometown of Kentwood, La., after news emerged of then 16-year-old Jamie Lynn's pregnancy. The "Zoey 101" star, who turned 17 in April, has since given birth to a baby girl.

Now the ad is running in cities across the country. Explains PETA spokeskook Melissa Karpel:

It's a fun, edgy way to get the message out about a very serious issue.

"Edgy" is Moonbattese for vulgar and obnoxious. Karpel carps:

It's irresponsible to let your children have unprotected sex and it's irresponsible to not spay and neuter your animals when we're in an animal overpopulation crisis in the United States.

That is, not getting your pet fixed is as bad as not providing your school-age children with birth control, which is regarded by liberals as a cardinal sin.

As PETA President Ingrid Newkirk made clear with her famous words, "A rat is a pig is a dog is a boy," PETA freaks are not capable of discerning between humans and animals.

On a tip from Matt L.

Posted by Van Helsing at July 18, 2008 8:54 AM


From that NPR story I linked to earlier comes this bit of "fun and edgy" advice from the moonbat left.

People tell Nunez her daughter could get more money in public assistance if she had a child.
"A lot of people have told me, 'Why don't your daughter have a kid?'"

Yeah, moonbats deny that this is the message of their policies, or that this thinking is widespread. But their own mouthpiece, NPR, gives lie to this claim.

Posted by: V the K at July 18, 2008 9:17 AM

Animal overpopulation is largely self-solving since they cannot use technology to increase their food supply.

Well, except indirectly. Some places (I think Buffalo NY is one) are seeing a decrease in feral cats because coyotes are coming into cities.

Posted by: teqjack at July 18, 2008 12:21 PM

So these "animal lovers" think that MORE animals is a BAD thing?

(sighs and shakes his head)

Posted by: KHarn at July 18, 2008 3:12 PM

Who's ya babies' daddies?

Don't matter, just get in line for the extra 'free' money to support em.

Posted by: Oiao at July 19, 2008 11:44 AM