It's Sarah Palin vs. PETA and I'm not sure who's team I want to be on in this debate.
Sarah Palin recently posted photos of her family on her Facebook account, including this one of her son, Trig, standing on their dog.

PETA accused her of animal cruelty, to which she responded with this:
"Dear PETA, Chill. At least Trig didn’t eat the dog," Palin wrote. She then proceeds to attack President Barack Obama for having "revealed he actually enjoyed eating dead dog meat."
Yikes, that's taking it a little far isn't it Sarah? But I mean, I think PETA might be too? I don't necessarily think that the photo of her son standing on the dog shows that they are cruel to animals. I also don't think it's safe, have you ever tried to stand on a living thing? Dude, dogs can move and flip you over!
PETA didn't wasted much time responding:
PETA simply believes that people shouldn't step on dogs, and judging by the reaction that we've seen to Sarah Palin's Instagram photo, we're far from alone in that belief. Palin's Facebook response shows us that she knows PETA about as well as she knows geography. Yes, we campaign against the Iditarod because when the dogs aren't being driven—sometimes to death—most live chained or inside cages for their entire lives. And we're a vegan organization, so we sit on pleather couches, wear stylish vegan kicks, and consider fish friends, not food. (Also, by the way, we just sent a case of vegan caviar to Vladimir Putin—and no, you can't see his house from yours, Ms. Palin.) We have no reason to believe that the Palin companion animals aren't ordinarily pampered, and we wish the entire family a peaceful and humane 2015."

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