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PETA's Special Partnerships

In my column at American Issues Project yesterday I wrote about the way the relationships PETA has with several companies influences who they decide to target with their attention-grabbing media campaigns. It appears their original mission to promote the ethical treatment of animals is sometimes overshadowed by their desire to profit financially.


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PETA interested in PROFIT? ... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

PETA interested in PROFIT? I'm SHOCKED! Next thing you'll tell me is that Nancy Pelosi's ethics are 'negotiable'.

And as usial PETA will use ... (Below threshold)
Flu-Bird:

And as usial PETA will use for hollywood wackos like dim-bulbs like ALEC BALDWIN and PAMELA ANDERSON for some stupid blitz idea or stage another attention getting event like running around in dumb costumes at a McDonalds,Burger King,KFC, and its leaders being rediculous




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