Butcher, Buddhist Monk and the Law of the Land

Poorly drafted, religiously motivated legislation that does not address the core issues in cruelty towards animals [given below] is just one of the many examples how the buddhist monastery influences the laws of our nation and control the entire population with religious dogma.  Without addressing the fundamental concerns in animals' rights, ethics in use of animals for human consumption and fundamental issues surrounding farming and cruelty towards animals, our legislators of both the government and the opposition continues to bring forward irrational and religious legislation that ridicules our legal system and harm the credibility of our legal system due to intentional misrepresentation of the core issues underlying slaughtering animals for human use.
 
Are we truly addressing animal rights with this kind of legislation by providing a robust solution to enhance and build an ethical society in our nation or are we sneaking in religious dogma through legislative channels to control entire population with one set of religious values?
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Hw W,
Oct 11, 2010, 9:14 AM
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Hw W,
Oct 11, 2010, 9:10 AM
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Hw W,
Oct 11, 2010, 9:14 AM
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