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Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/03/2008 7:39 PM  |  Flag  
" A judge in Oklahoma County ruled the kennel law is unconstitutional"

This is the problem. Judges doing dirty work for special interest groups.

The breeders and fighters try to claim that any breeder laws are unconstitutional.

Makes no sense. We are a nation of laws. Communities pass laws. They have the right to regulate.

Anonymous your conscience  |  12/03/2008 11:48 PM  |  Flag  
It should be unconstitutional to use/benefit from a system that you don't pay into.
PAY YOUR TAXES YOU PARASITIC ASSHOLE THEN YOU CAN USE THE SYSTEM

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/04/2008 12:10 PM  |  Flag  
If he owes back taxes, wouldn't there be a lien on the property? Why hasn't the IRS seized the property?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/04/2008 12:16 PM  |  Flag  
The taxes were forgiven due to a statewide amnesty bill.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/04/2008 4:46 PM  |  Flag  
Comments indicate this is an illegal alien

How can an illegal get amnesty on taxes?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/04/2008 4:48 PM  |  Flag  
From what I can find on some earlier amnesty programs, they can't evade the taxes, just some of the penalties

"The amendment authorized the Oklahoma Tax Commission to forgive penalties that otherwise would have been levied on tardy tax payments, to entice scofflaws to voluntarily disclose and pay taxes they owed the state."

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/04/2008 10:03 PM  |  Flag  
The dog owner is Native American. Maybe he feels he doesn't have to pay taxes or care about the neighbors or the children - even though the school has been there over 40 years - most native Americans I know respect life and nature and value the lives of the young -knowing that's our future.

Anonymous FELONY  |  12/09/2008 11:21 PM  |  Flag  
http://www.pitbullforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=109304

KadillacGrrl wrote:
All I can say is thank God Kenny has the money and guts to fight this. What could most of us do? We'd be screwed. I sure hope he wins.

Bahamautt99 wrote:
Yeah, we were talking to him at the Denton show in September, saying much the same thing. He definitely feels that this is a matter of principle. I'm not glad it happened to him, but I'm glad it happened to him and not someone who was so dirt poor that they'd just have to roll over, you know?

ALL I CAN SAY IS YEAH, IT'S A GOOD THING HE DIDN'T PAY THOSE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN TAXES. HE WOULDN'T HAVE THE MONEY TO CHALLENGE THE SISTERS IN COURT.
THANK GOD FOR TAX EVASION. WHEW!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/10/2008 10:07 PM  |  Flag  
Boy, am I confused by the last comments - who's been 'screwed' - people who've been living and serving families for more than 40 - 60 years - have a person move in with 42 pitbulls - give me a break!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/10/2008 10:30 PM  |  Flag  
The comments perfectly summarize the common pit bull owner attitude...It's the sick, sad truth.

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