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Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/29/2008 12:32 PM  |  Flag  
What is with the rehab nonsense? If this was any other breed they would be put down immediately. But because they are pit bulls they get 10 chances!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/29/2008 1:49 PM  |  Flag  
Please lets stop calling the pit-bull advocates "animal lovers". They are not. I am an animal lover, and I find no place for pit bulls in our culture. I have nothing but compassion for the dogs, and feel they need to be responsibly spayed and neutered out of the pet population. The dogs were created by human monsters, and are an abomination of nature....an animal that is a slave to its own muderous aggression, that has lost all sense of self preservation. Stories of fighting dogs continuing to fight on the stumps of broken legs, fighting to a bloody death in the pit, are told gleefully by the game dog lovers.

There is nothing noble or brave about these animals...they are simply a sad reminder of the depravity of humans, who created them. They are also a testament to the violent nature of our culture, that their predations are accepted as a small price to pay for the right of Americans to own any kind of dog they want, free from penalty or responsibility when the dog maims or kills.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  8/29/2008 4:49 PM  |  Flag  
!Please lets stop calling the pit-bull advocates "animal lovers". They are not. I am an animal lover, and I find no place for pit bulls in our culture. I have nothing but compassion for the dogs, and feel they need to be responsibly spayed and neutered out of the pet population. The dogs were created by human monsters, and are an abomination of nature....an animal that is a slave to its own muderous aggression, that has lost all sense of self preservation. Stories of fighting dogs continuing to fight on the stumps of broken legs, fighting to a bloody death in the pit, are told gleefully by the game dog lovers.

There is nothing noble or brave about these animals...they are simply a sad reminder of the depravity of humans, who created them. They are also a testament to the violent nature of our culture, that their predations are accepted as a small price to pay for the right of Americans to own any kind of dog they want, free from penalty or responsibility when the dog maims or kills."

AWESOME POST!!

Blogger bitbypit  |  8/29/2008 6:39 PM  |  Flag  
We resolved the issue with a strikethrough.

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