Originally Posted by macman7010
What angers me is many people make comments about "non-profit" groups that have serious stances on issues of society betterment with little or no education about the said group or issue.
Yeah, I feel your pain there: I'm a Christian.
But I'll be the first to say when James Dobson just needs to shut his pie-hole. PETA falls into a category that some Christian groups have rightfully fallen into as well; the "we force our beliefs on others" category. PETA has taken it a step further (some Christians have as well) buy TARGETING certain people or groups and screaming the hell and ****ation speech. Now in a growing population of people who believe in living the way they want to live, that can be offensive. And that feeling grows in this movement of political correctness.
People are also growing concerned that PETA may become too radical . . . which leads to the obvious. They certainly seem to be stepping (SLOWLY) in that direction and if it does happen it will start with that one nobody member who is just a little too radical. PETA will make an initial public statement that says he acted alone, but the statement will not completely condemn the action. This will inspire more . . .
It's the same way Abortion clinics take heat (and bombs) from "Christians".
And wow . . . we are off topic again. My fault!!