5 thoughts on “PETA with Suits and Deodorant”

  1. HSUS is behind many of the anti-hunting initiatives across the US. And they do indeed take advantage of their fraudulent name.

  2. Ah, how I do lurves me the Innernet! And the way video cameras and editing software keep getting cheaper and cheaper. Here’s to the flat world — and sharp wits.

  3. Seriously Roberta? I doubt that the multi-million dollar budgets of the astroturf group that put together that anti-HSUS ad are impacted much by the price of cameras and editing software?

    The Center for Consumer Freedom is an American non-profit firm that lobbies on behalf of the fast food, meat, alcohol and tobacco industries. Their 2009 lobbying budget was over $8m.

    I don’t understand why the HSUS pet shelter message is their main point. I’ve seen this stressed over and over again, like it’s a big revelation. It’s actually right on their website (http://www.humanesociety.org/animal_community/resources/qa/common_questions_on_shelters.html)

    I’ve never donated to HSUS, but I do know how to read. And they do operate a number of animal sanctuaries, so if that’s CCF’s main critique of HSUS, it’s a little weak.

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