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Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/29/2008 2:11 PM  |  Flag  
Someone needs to send a lightening bolt to the AARP about this issue.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/29/2008 2:25 PM  |  Flag  
I would think the pols would realize that seniors are a huge voting block...has anyone ever met an elderly person who wouldn't vote to ban pit bulls?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/29/2008 4:32 PM  |  Flag  
Here is another interesting case...

A judge is uphlding a lawsuit which would allow a contractor to sue a homeowner because he was mauled by a pit bull on their property...the homeowner allowed their gardener to bring his pit bull to work.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/30/2008 9:21 AM  |  Flag  
The owner of these pits said, "If my dogs were to attack somebody in my presence, I’d put them down myself. I don’t raise dogs for that."

Yeah. Where have we heard this before? Someone is raising pit bulls and when this happens they act surprised.

Charge this guy and throw him in jail. And make sure he doesn't have any internet access. It wouldn't take this guy a week to be running his mouth (or keyboard) about how safe these dogs are.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  11/14/2008 3:52 AM  |  Flag  
That's the thing....The dogs weren't in his presence or on his property when they mauled the man!

If the next mauling happens in his presence, he'll put the dogs down.

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