“We allow native hunts for cultural purposes.”
What a crock. Thats the same copout Japan uses. They do it for “cultural reasons.”
"What a crock. Thats the same copout Japan uses. They do it for cultural reasons."
Nonsense. It is in their culture. You just don't like it.
posted on 09/09/2007 7:33:11 AM PDT
("Freedom is about authority", Rudy Giuliani, gun grabber)
Are you speaking ill of our Native American brothers?!? Don’t you know they can do no wrong.
posted on 09/09/2007 8:53:34 AM PDT
To: chessplayer; Fawn; Mr. Brightside; Uncle Chip; Bogtrotter52; LibLieSlayer; Dutch Boy; Solitar; ...
Bingo. This sort of thing should be recognized and prosecuted under law as some degree of murder, i.e., unjustified killing .
While we generally define murder as 'unjustifiable homicide' ranging in degrees from one to three ('premeditated' to 'reflex crime of passion'?), the objective ethics of cases like this suggests that the unnecessary, unjustified killing of a sentient mammal should become criminalized and prosecuted as 'fourth degree murder'.
posted on 09/09/2007 6:27:34 PM PDT
(Duncan Hunter = Pro-Family + Fair Trade = Pro-America)
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