February 25, 2014

My Point is... The Foul of Fowl



The practice of cock fighting is not steeped in “traditional Christian and American family values,” as stated by the UGBA president.

Chickens were created for a food source — either by eggs or by the meat they supply. Factory farming is for the purpose of providing food to the people; cock fighting is a barbaric practice that thrives on alcohol, gambling and violence — none of which should be subjected to children, therefore excluding it as a “family” or “Christian” activity. Public hangings and executions were once “traditional” but they, too, were outlawed because they had no true gain for society as a whole. Neither does cock fighting.

Fowl whose sole purpose is to fight to the death is not a necessary component in today’s society.

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