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5 thoughts on “Maryland High Court Ruling Stands: Pit Bulls are 'Inherently Dangerous'

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  1. This is a huge win. Ever so slowly, the tide is turning in our direction.

    Once it really starts to turn, look out for the tsunami. It'll be coming right at you, nutters!

  2. What a shameful exhibition. Simmons and Kramer might as well write 'thoroughly corrupt' on their foreheads. 'Infantile' would do as a sub-title.

    How dare Simmons accuse anyone of reneging on anything after he reneged on his oath to represent his constituency. We don't pay him to represent narrow, killer dog special interest groups.

    How dare Kramer accuse anyone of distorting anything, given the way he is distorting the pit bull issue and misrepresenting his own preference to the public as any kind of protection for them. The only thing he's protecting is the less than 2% of dog owners who choose killer dogs.

    We're thankful for the Senators who at least were willing to provide some protection for younger children. Our children are at all times much more important than any dog, or anyone's preference for killer dogs.

  3. YGN, indeed! And they still claim it's being repealed everywhere. They are doing nothing to solve the problem, so the general non-pit-loving public is doint it for them. They had their chance. They blew it. and they ignore the obvious escalation in attacks and killings.

  4. "Del. Simmons and the insurance industry should be ashamed of themselves," Dumais said. — Pretty much in a nutshell.

  5. Amazing…We fought a revolution to rid ourselves of British rule, but these morons want to keep the 15th Century first maul free law established by a long dead king!

    First Maul Free is Amoral!

    And seriously, just who the heck is saying 22 year old girls keeping pit bulls in an apartment is a good idea?!?….It's like giving the keys of an 18 wheeler to a 16 year old on a learners permit….

    If the pit bulls being bred and sold are as safe as the pit bull community insists, standing behind their dogs with strict liability should be no problem.

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