America for Animals: a Message to Obama

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Global Warming and vegetarianism. President Obama and Global Warming. Being vegetarian is more effective in the fight against global warming than not driving your SUV. According to a 2006 United Nations report, raising animals for food generates more greenhouse gases than all the cars, trucks, planes, and ships in the world together.

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President Barack Obama has promised to change Washington, but it looks like the Capital is the same. The meat lobby is become stronger every day.

The new president is talking about Global Warming

America for animals is a new project that aims to send monthly message (in audio*) to Obama.

Its first message talks about Global Warming. Few people know that "eating meat" is the number one cause of this important matter.

According to a 2006 United Nations report, raising animals for food generates more greenhouse gases than all the cars, trucks, planes, and ships in the world together.

The most serious environmental problems of our time are all directly linked to eating meat.

"Being vegetarian is more effective in the fight against global warming than not driving your SUV," says Walfredo de Freitas, founder and director of The Indiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA)

"The meat industry hurts animals, pollutes the environment, and exposes people to a greater risk of heart disease,' he reminds us.

Freitas says ISPCA doesn't expect hear anything back from the White House. "Politicians don't care about animal welfare and a animal rights. Only Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) speaks out against cruelty to animals, and we cannot forget the outstanding voting records of Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA . Both democrats never let animals rights and welfare down in D.C.
*http://www.americaforanimals.com
Indiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - ISPCA.
POST OFFICE BOX : 441405
Indianapolis, IN 46244-1405 - Tel : (317)348-1100

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