Quote from toomuchbaloney
- lead their lives in accord with humane values, such values requiring, inter alia, adherence to what is popularly called a “vegan” and “cruelty-free” lifestyle;
- pursue and achieve those political and legal solutions that accord with such values, such solutions including, inter alia, abolishing the property status of all other animals; and
- oppose and defeat all proposed courses of action that would, if followed, conflict with such values.
Many people outside of Alaska find Alaskan practices relative to animal use for food and clothing to be cruel.
Who gets to decide, the person living in the arctic or the person living in the comfort of society?
Compared to the billions that need to be free from factory farming, this is not a big issue. However, a valid question. However, many people whom are against factory farm cruelty, myself included, are okay with indigenous practices and hunting/fishing for food, unless it involves trapping in which the animals suffer for long periods of time before being used. I have relatives that hunt and kill and use their deer for food and their hide for other uses. The animals lived good lives prior to being hunted, rather than confined to a cage without sunlight and adequate areas to move like chickens and hogs are treated.
It's easy to lose site over the big picture and not get anything done because we're nitpicking. That's how congress operates. Probably wouldn't change under a Humane President.
However, I can't answer your question based on what little I know about the Humane Party.