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Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/25/2008 8:40 PM  |  Flag  
It seems that pit bulls actually have more rights than other dogs....why is that? Why do we protect a breed of dog that kills other dogs? Why can't we simply regulate the breeding of these dogs so that they become rare?

Anonymous David  |  4/26/2008 6:10 AM  |  Flag  
That does seeem to be the million dollar question. A large number of these dog owners are nearly transient. They move from pillar to post with no real roots. They don't want to see regulations that stop them from dragging the dog with them. They lie about sights like this and say this information is untrue. Our city councils are then unsure what to do, so they do nothing until someone is mauled by a loose pit bull.

Anonymous had enough  |  4/27/2008 1:31 PM  |  Flag  
It's because their owners have big mouths. They have a well-oiled machine to bombard everyone with misinformation, to flood town council meetings, politicans' e-mail boxes, internet polls, and forums. When there is a local issue, help is enlisted from across the country to fight for the pit bull owners. They make it seem like there are so many of them and that everyone agrees with them, but it's just that they are tuned into this issue when most people are not until it literally bites them in the rear.

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