PETA: Working tirelessly to lose your support

Tom Jackson
Mar 23, 2010

 

PETA's recent efforts to harass Mona Rutger, the notorious healed eagle displayer,  isn't the only method the animal rights group has been using to earn itself bad publicity. (You'll recall that Mona Rutger is the woman who rescues injured animals and nurses them back to health. She was named "Animal Hero of the Year" after a vote by fans of Animal Planet. What a troublemaker.)

During a protest in Memphis, PETA shrink-wrapped two interns, despite the typical Southern heat. When police officers asked the interns how they were doing, one said she was in pain and feeling sick from the heat and asked how much longer she had to stay there. PETA left her there another 30 minutes.

Comments

Anonymous

Around here that means People Eating Tasty Animals.

Anonymous

Ancient indian word meaning "bad hunter"

Anonymous

If God didn't want us to eat animals, He wouldn't have made them out of meat. -Homer Simpson

Anonymous

I hear Eagle tastes a lot like manatee.

Buckeye

This is still the Mid-west. My land - not Peta punks. Go to California, or serve in the military like my relatives & I did.

Anonymous

Sandusky is full of rednecks. Thank God I left. You people have problems.

Bill T.

Mmmmm PETA: People Eating Tasty Animals. I'm a charter member!