Poll: Should PETA be allowed to advertise in schools?

Should cash-strapped school systems allow organizations like People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals to advertise in school facilities?

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Number of votes: 236

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Jane Bauer    
Utah  |  June, 03, 2011 at 10:42 AM

If schools let Coke, Pepsi, Mc Donalds, etc. advertise to get money for their budgets than why not let PETA advertise? I prefer no advertising and let budgets cover the needs of schools.

Margaret A.    
Utah  |  June, 03, 2011 at 02:10 PM

School children are getting too much liberal mind-bending from their teachers. We should not let the far left get a bigger foothold in our schools.

B    
north carolina  |  June, 05, 2011 at 06:02 AM

Let PEDA advertise and we could all learn to starve to death because there will be no food on the shelf after they close down America's food production.

TS    
PA  |  June, 05, 2011 at 04:48 PM

How can we allow PETA to advertise to our children . . . buying their way into schools???? Children are impressionable and we, as a society, need to keep that in mind. Truthfully, we should not allow any advertising on public school grounds funded by tax dollars. As a parent, I would prefer to pay extra taxes than have my child exposed daily to that garbage. I suppose the alternative is to pull my child from the system altogether . . . and I thought PETA was bad enough when I was in college to target my alma matter with a "drink beer, not milk" campaign (even though we had a riot based on alcohol the year prior) - talk about unethical!


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