Compassion for Mink, But not Children

On May 11 of this year, Beverly Hills voters will decide whether local furriers should put a warning tag in their fur coats.

It would say something like, “This product is made with fur from animals that may have been killed by electrocution, gassing, neck breaking, or other means.” — Even though the fur industry spokesmen say that minks die a peaceful death through lethal injection.

But my question for these very compassionate lawmakers is: Shouldn’t we apply those same standards to abortion clinics? Shouldn’t there be a warning label on the door of every clinic that says no baby entering here will come out alive and they will be killed through suction, saline, dismemberment or other means?

It is very difficult to muster compassion for little animals, bred specifically for their fur, to keep people warm, when that same compassion is not extended to unborn humans.

Man was given the authority by God to occupy the earth and have dominion over every living thing except each other. And I am thankful that God designed such furry, warm little animals, like the mink, to keep his greatest creation… man… warm.