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Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/16/2008 4:58 PM  |  Flag  
I Believe New Zealand will take action on these "pig dogs" pit bull types. New Zealand just doesn't seem to be a country that easily lets its citizens be mauled. In the United States we've spent too much time watching CSI and all the other gore shows. Human life just does not seem to count for much if your killed or mauled by a dog.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/16/2008 5:32 PM  |  Flag  
This will certainly draw the ire of the kiwis. Wonder if that Pit Nutter will cancel her trip if untoward comments are made towards her breed?!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/16/2008 5:32 PM  |  Flag  
This will certainly draw the ire of the kiwis. Wonder if that Pit Nutter will cancel her trip if untoward comments are made towards her breed?!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/17/2008 7:52 AM  |  Flag  
I have also noticed that gruesome dog attacks in other countries are treated differently by the foreign media; has anyone seen the headlines in Great Britain when a pit bull mauls a child? There is public outrage, and vocal, public condemnation of the dog AND the owner. Child maulings are treated as horrific events, while here in the US we shrug our shoulders and speculate that the child somehow deserved it because he or she must have "provoked" the dog.

Citizens in other countries rightly see the absurdity of devaluing human life by placing the rights of pit bull owners above the rights of pit bull victims. This level of violence in our supposed civilized, industrialized nation is absurd. The fact that citizens must arm themselves with guns and clubs to enjoy their property or walk through their neighborhood because of domestic dogs shows just how far we have devolved as a society.

Blogger Packhorse  |  7/21/2011 3:31 PM  |  Flag  
Extreme animal cruelty in the name of a good ol' time. Why is bull-baiting illegal but wild boar hunting with pits A-OK?

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