Preparing For A Progressive Thanksgiving

You can order your vegetarian-fed turkey now, in case you object to other animals eating animal products.

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5 Responses to Preparing For A Progressive Thanksgiving

  1. spren says:

    I was a vegetarian for 24 years from 1974 – 1998. The first two years I was a strict vegetarian, but then I started eating seafood. I didn’t do it for health reasons but for moral reasons. In August of 1974 I came home from my job on the railroad and on the news saw cattle farmers slaughter their calves along the road in protest of the low prices they were receiving. I just decided I couldn’t support that so I quit eating anything that walked, crawled, or flied. If you lived in water, you were still fair game. My intent was to stay as low as possible on the food chain to survive.

    As a Boy Scout scoutmaster for my son’s troop in 1998, I smelled the meet cooking over the fire and went ahead and sampled it. It was delicious. I realized I would take several lives by eating a seafood platter, but that one cow could feed a couple hundred of people. I realized my ironic hypocrisy so I resumed eating meat. Pushing meat on people to eat claiming that it was fed a vegetarian diet seems very strange to me.

  2. Steve says:

    If they are free range, I guarantee you they eat bugs. Unless they’re progressive Democrat turkeys, of course.

  3. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    Nah, I’ll get my turkey the good old fashioned way, like the evil murderous pilgrims did.
    Anyway, one of the best takedowns of the climate change “psychopaths” ever was by Candace Owens on the Tucker Carlson show tonight. Her and Tucker both setting the record straight and owning the left wing media, Biden, and the “climate czar” John Kerry. You may have to skip ahead a minute or two to get to the show.

  4. Dave N says:

    Turkeys eat mostly seeds, grains, nuts, fruits, vegetables, and insects. Occasionally, they might eat fish, snails, and lizards. Restricting them to a vegetarian only diet apparently to placate some groups (who, exactly?) sounds like a great way to treat them normally

  5. Timo, not that one says:

    I watched a free range chicken (on my inlaw’s farm) pull a snake from the grass, and she swallowed it whole.
    How you can stop a turkey from eating bugs and small animals is beyond me, unless they are caged up in a tiny cell.

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