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Anonymous Dee  |  3/04/2008 2:52 AM  |  Flag  
The county of Lancaster is on the right track! "If you're going to have a vicious animal, you're going to have to have certain regulations you have to live with."

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/05/2008 4:02 AM  |  Flag  
Billy Holden breeds and raises pit bulls in Lancaster County, and has for 28 years. He said by targeting his breed, the law is just unfair.

“The man next door has a rottweiler or a German shepherd and he doesn't have to do the same thing I do. That's not right. It doesn't seem fair," he said.

Holden also said getting liability insurance for a pit bull is nearly impossible.

Classic! A pit breeder assuming victimhood!

It's not fair when a kid is taking a lifeflight either.

The county has to deal with South Carolina having a pre-emptive NO-BSL Law bought by the Dog Lobby years ago. They'll be sued for the "Right to Bite" by the Pit Nutters and possibly the State.

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