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Anonymous mrs.poodle  |  4/02/2009 2:25 PM  |  Flag  
Time to take those dangerous weapons away!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/02/2009 3:26 PM  |  Flag  
From the article: "Thanks so much, imbecile owners."

What could I possibly add? What other kind of pit bull owners are there?

The "pathetic imbeciles" characterization is an axiom that just keeps on ticking, paying dividends, and forming the foundation for the house of cards pit bull owners live in.

We can't keep imbeciles from breeding, but we can definitely stop the effect of imbeciles in society... by regulating pit bulls!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/02/2009 4:38 PM  |  Flag  
This Editorial from San Antonio was in the same spirit as the Editorial in Florida:

I will not suffer one of these animals to be around me or my kids. Parents need to get rid of these dogs "By any means necessary"

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/02/2009 5:51 PM  |  Flag  
My favorite part:
Don't waste your time telling me that your pit bull is a wonderful animal. Good. Then you never have to worry about going to prison, do you? Lake County residents need the same protection, especially in this land of pit bulls whose oblivi-owners seem to be outwitted on a regular basis by vicious dogs that decide they want to roam the neighborhood in search of a little human blood.,0,4333579.column?page=2

Blogger Mark Magas  |  3/12/2010 9:15 AM  |  Flag  
My brother owns a pit bull i know he has it well trained and he loves the animal but I question why take the risk. Aren't there enough other dogs in the world that we need not take one into our home that has a probability of turning on someone without warning. I know that to date he has not been viscous but there are countless reports of pit bulls that inexplicably attacked after no previous bad behavior.

It is like juggling dynamite and saying, "Well so far it has not killed me."

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