June 15th, 2008 10:33 PM
You really have no clue, you think you do but you just don't. Before this breed came to be so widely known and all the trash got one and you had no clue what a pit bull was, was the dog a problem then?
Originally Posted by SelfDefense
Why is a there a problem now? People???? Get a clue, you wont solve anything with a ban!
Read this maybe you might learn something about pits. Feel free to ask questions of the other people there on that board they are all nice people and more then willing to answer hard questions (The post I liked you to is from a man that has been around pits for 40+ if not his entire life) years, I'd say he knows the breed.
June 15th, 2008 10:34 PM
Pit Bulls and other attack dogs don't simply bite their victims, they maim and/or kill them. I'm against the private ownership of any exotic or domestic animal that possesses the actual ability and unpredictable temperament to maim and/or kill people. This includes the use of attack dogs by police agencies and the military. If they want to use dogs to sniff out drugs or explosives, train the venerable Beagle to do the job. Snoopy is a good pal of mine.
Originally Posted by HotGuns
Laws need to be in place ready to be enforced against those who refuse to behave responsibly. And owning a breed of dog, or any species of animal that is a known threat to human life is not responsible behavior.
I am alive and physically intact today because I was in possession of a firearm at the time I was attacked years ago by a vicious animal that the owners - who were present at the time - thought more of than a fellow human being. In fact, if I hadn't been armed with a firearm, these maniacs would have killed me. And then they had the audacity to have me charged with cruelty to animals for which I was arrested two weeks after this ugly incident occurred. But their despicable plan to have me convicted for this ridiculous charge was thwarted by a sensible judge who cleared me, and ordered the State Police to return my firearm.
My life meant nothing more to these attack dog owners and breeders than does the life of the insects we squash as we walk; probably less. If my views on this topic seem extreme, or unfair to some of you, it's because you've never had to endure what I did on that dark day in my life... And your war experiences don't count, because that was war, not a pubic road near your hometown.
And Jesus said, "If you don't have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one." (Luke 22:36)
I am a peaceful man. But I am not a pacifist.
June 15th, 2008 10:36 PM
And we've just got there.
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