Thursday, June 4, 2009

Protected birds v. Unprotected humans

Case #1

Protected bird, several eggs destroyed at Estero Wildlife Area

May 15, 2009

The killing of any threatened species in Florida is a felony punishable by up to five years in prison and a $5,000 fine, said FWC Officer Joanne Adams.

Case #2

May 12, 2009

Egg thieves hit Copelands’ dwindling colony of Black-headed Gulls

Protection of Birds Act was introduced in 1954, forbidding the taking of their eggs from the wild, the eggs are a culinary novelty at this time of year.

Case #3

"Fertilized egg" of homo sapien female is destroyed by a licensed physician at the request of the woman herself.  The "human egg" is not a protected species under the laws of the United States. Consequently there is no media outrage, television coverage, or calls to convict the physician or the woman.

Wow!  How low we have sunk as a society, as a species, as fellow human beings.  Abortion?  That's the best we have to offer a woman who is usually being pressured by people or circumstances to kill her offspring?  What a sad commentary on our intelligence, on our morals, and on our charity.  

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