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What are your thoughts on this? The comments below that article are also somewhat interesting/amusing to read.
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If even half of the stuff in the article that JohnnyBandit is true, then I would have to guess that the vast majority of donors sending money to HSUS fall under skelaki's category 2.

Do you think a significant percentage of the donors who sent 100s of millions to HSUS realized that "In 2002, the multi-million-dollar conglomerate gave less than $150,000 to hands-on humane societies and animal shelters."? I don't.

While I don't agree with the majority of their agenda, I don't see any problem with them pursuing it. I think their underhanded fund raising tactics are what makes them despicable.
Here's you "consumer advocacy group" :rolleyes:

The Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) (formerly called the "Guest Choice Network") is a front group for the restaurant, alcohol and tobacco industries. It runs media campaigns which oppose the efforts of scientists, doctors, health advocates, environmentalists and groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving, calling them "the Nanny Culture -- the growing fraternity of food cops, health care enforcers, anti-meat activists, and meddling bureaucrats who 'know what's best for you.' "

Over 40 percent of the group's 2005 expenditure was paid to Rick Berman's PR company, Berman & Co. for "management services. [1] As part of its operations CCF runs a series of attack websites, including "consumerfreedom.com, activistcash.com, cspiscam.com, animal-scam.com, fishscam.com, obesitymyths.com, physiciansscam.com [and] PetaKillsAnimals.com. [2]

Instead of attacking the source with another equally biased source, would you care to refute any of the particulars of the article posted?
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