If you are, say, methodist and are appalled by all that came out of abuses in the catholic church, being against those and not being a catholic, do you think you would now want to ban the catholic church, saying look at all that goes on in there and we, the methodist, don't have that, do we?
Or pick your example.
Well, that is what we have here, a perfectly good process to use what SOME horses can be for us after death, horses that are going to be killed anyway, animal control or euthanizing clinics have been suggested.
Some want to ban it because of several reasons, forgetting that it is just a process and subject to how it is conducted and that subject to laws and regulations, but it is not perfect and still being worked on, as is any other we do in life.
As in the catholic church, some abuse happens, some regulations are broken, supervision may not be adequate, but does that mean we ought to ban it as evil?
I will take this, copied from a post by Guilherme on gun use in the OT day forum, that we all should think about.
The bolding is what I am pointing out here and I think it is some of why in these slaughter debates some are coming across as intransigent, can't see but one side, one solution, to ban.
Just think about this:
---"For those who choose not to carry I say God Bless You. It is a personal choice and I hope it works out. Sadly, many who make that choice then falsely reason that since they are intelligent and have made an intelligent decision that anyone who comes to a different decision is either less intelligent or just, plain wrong. They then demand that ALL people follow their road."---
Yes, all of us would do well to consider where others are coming from and that there may be other to this debate than just a few glib words can dismiss so easily, as we have been doing time and again.