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PRoberts March 22nd, 2015 3:27am

Is it hypocritical to stand up for animal rights, but not the rights of unborn children?

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Slumfrog Utah
03/23/15 9:26 pm

Animals need minority status. Someone get Sharpton on this.

MajorMac25
03/22/15 2:22 pm

By definition no, I get what you're saying tho and I agree. Keep telling yourself whatever you want pro-choice people lol.

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berniefreex44 Elsmere, KY
03/22/15 8:47 am

Yes, especially considering that animals were MEANT FOR FOOD. Humans are of much greater value, and just because a baby is unborn, doesn't mean it isn't alive.

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crazyjane New Jersey
03/21/15 10:41 pm

No. Standing up for animal rights doesn't have to necessarily do with an unborn animal, so what does that have to do with an unborn human?

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drself Gated Community
03/23/15 3:47 am

This is not true. If you don't believe me, try destroying the eggs of a protected animal.

crazyjane New Jersey
03/23/15 4:26 am

You didn't see when i said "necessarily"

orgblu10 Shamerica
03/21/15 10:38 pm

I love animals, and sympathize with animal rights issues, but to do that while failing to support the right to life of pre-born humans, does smack of hypocrisy.

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Axl752 NY
03/21/15 9:53 pm

No. You are talking about a clump of cells vs a living breathing animal.

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TomLaney1 Jesus is Lord
03/21/15 9:11 pm

Absolutely, yes! Humans are of far greater value than any animal, even dogs. 🐾

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Slumfrog Utah
03/23/15 9:28 pm

Perfect, with exception of my new puppy Rocky...he is a real sweety!

TomLaney1 Jesus is Lord
03/24/15 4:07 am

Oh, what great dogs! Loyal and friendly and energetic! My daughter and her husband have two black ones! 🐾
One thing: hers are both easily spooked by flashes of reflected light (off my watch crystal) on the walls or ceiling. They're so ALERT!

TheeCourt Realville
03/21/15 8:42 pm

I wouldn't say hypocritical, but rather sociopathic.

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TheeCourt Realville
03/22/15 12:17 pm

Murder is a consequence of sociopathic behavior.