We Love Turkey Yeah, Yeah, Yeah!…Paul McCartney, PETA Push Meatless Thanksgiving

(AFP) Former Beatle Paul McCartney, a long-time vegetarian, has joined a campaign by animal rights group PETA to encourage Americans to celebrate a turkey-free Thanksgiving this week.

The British rock legend, sporting a gray shirt with an “eat no turkey” design, is featured on the website of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.

“This Thanksgiving, Paul McCartney is urging you to say ‘no, thanks’ to turkey and ‘yes’ to a delicious, cruelty-free holiday meal,” the group says. (Read more.)

B.S. Report–First off, PETA is nothing but a mini-terrorist outfit. Secondly, they’re hypocrites to boot–they kill a higher percentage of animals than most animal shelters!

Finally, Mr. McCartney, vegetarianism is just fine–for you! I couldn’t care less what you or anyone else eats. I do care how the animals are treated while they’re alive, and that they’re killed as painlessly as possible. After that, I just want them to be tasty.

Thanks, Mr. Turkey, for the “go-ahead!”

‘Lean Forward’ Or ‘Bend Over’?; MSNBC Did ZERO Negative Obama Stories In Campaign’s Final Week

From NewsBusters (Pics added by B.S. Report)

By Noel Sheppard

This is all Americans need to know about just how disgraceful a “news network” MSNBC is.

A new study just released by the Pew Research Center found that in the final week of the just-ended presidential campaign, the “Lean Forward” network did absolutely no negative stories about President Obama or positive ones about Mitt Romney.

MSNBC’s coverage of Romney during the final week (68% negative with no positive stories in the sample), was far more negative than the overall press, and even more negative than it had been during October 1 to 28 when 5% was positive and 57% was negative. (Read more.)

Allen West Concedes Florida House Race

From Politico (Pics added by B.S. Report)


Florida Rep. Allen West — the tea party pugilist and face of the class of House Republicans that stormed to power two years ago — conceded Tuesday to 29-year-old construction executive Patrick Murphy in one of the nation’s highest-profile congressional races.

After two weeks of battle with St. Lucie County elections officials — and a recount of early votes that wound up extending Murphy’s lead — West acknowledged that he couldn’t surmount his 1,904-vote, or 0.58 percent, deficit. That difference was just outside the 0.5 percent threshold to automatically trigger a recount of all votes. (Read more.)

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