Written by PETA
TV viewers who enjoy keeping down their dinner can rejoice—Sarah Palin's Alaska will not be returning for a second season. Why? Yosemite Sarah isn't saying, but we have a few theories:
1) Bristol Palin wants to spend more time working on her spinoff, Real Housewives of Wasilla. 2) Sarah exhausted her repertoire of ways to kill animals. Even Angela Lansbury couldn't write that much murder into a show. 3) Clinton Kelly said she was so 2008. 4) Season one editors still aren't finished cutting out every scene in which she said "maverick."5) Alaskan animals have all fled to Russia, although Sarah reports, "I can still see them from my house."
Written by Michelle Sherrow
Re: Peta. You have validity in your statement about following our ancstor's past actions. However where you are wrong is the idea the God created animals to peacefully frolic with us human beings. Some animals do serve that purpose, ie dogs, cats horses etc. But other animals have a purpose and that purpose to feed the world. We cannot survive solely on leafy greens and protein pills. God did not create our bodies to function this way and this is why food production especially animal agriculture is crucially important to our survival
To PETA: If we are " all compelled to judge and condemn any actions that cause pain--this includes pain unnecessarily inflicted upon living beings who have no voice in our society,"
Why do you support Controlled Atmosphere Killing, which is suffocating/smothering an animal to death by depriving them of oxygen.
You judge those who eat meat, so why don't we judge you here?
Oh, and please be respectful enough to give a response.
Sarah Palin is ignorant. Couldn't care less aboout her show, or her running for President in 2012. She doesnt need to kill animals to feed her family so please spare me with the "way of life" comments. Dont believe the hype, she'll never be President.
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