Geez, Whiney is getting hit from all directions. Even vegans are turning on him.
Perhaps the better question is . And that is in no way meant to be a commentary on the moral relevance of one group of animals over another. It is meant to be a commentary on Nathan Winograd’s clear lack of vegan fortitude, given the audience he has, and his self-professed commitment to saving animals. Plato described the concepts of beauty and art this way: real beauty reflects truth, and art is a deceptive imitation of nature. There is nothing beautiful about Nathan Winograd’s choosing the vegan low road, while so many of us are still reeling from Mercy for Animals’ recent release of their undercover Butterball investigation. But it’s a detail about who he might be, and I think it’s a telling one. No worries, though. I’m pretty sure we’ve got this one without him.
And that vegan diet has sure made the math skills of vegans better than those of the Whiney's puppets.
Nathan Winograd is challenging naysayers to refute his evidence–in survey form. And while his survey reads more like a cry for help than a pet overpopulation survey, you have to admit it’s an interesting way to frame his argument. So, let’s take the bait. Let’s take his survey right here, right now, together, where our answers may actually count for something. As we go through each question, think about how would answer it.
Well, thinking leaves out the Whiney's puppets. I'm impressed that this coming from the vegans but not surprised. Everyone is figuring out Whiney, finally. Only the slow ones are sticking with him now, are you listening DA?
UPDATE: The entire post from VeganMeanie is now on Opposing Views. http://www.opposingviews.com/i/society/animal-rights/nathan-winograd-takes-vegan-low-road