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October 10 2007 at 7:25 AM
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Andrea  (Login andreadouglas)
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No serious fan of pitbulls would deny their aggressive behavior towards other dogs but lets us ask a couple of disconcerting questions. Who organizes pitbull-fights? Is it the pitbulls? Hardly. Who benefits from these fights? What happens to these animals after the fight - assuming they survived it, of course. If this particular breed is banned, will people live better. If there were no pitbulls, and, indeed, no dogs, wouldn't people have found another way to satisfy their beastly passions? Do we have the right to blame pitbulls for our own cruelty? If your pitbull is always on a leash, and someone else's dog is let loose, some 100 yards away - who is the irresponsible owner? Consider this - the unnecessarily powerful cars we drive kill more people in one month than a century of dog attacks on people would do. Why is it we think that eliminating a breed would make us live in paradise? Who kills - the gun, or the man who pulls the trigger? Truth is not always pleasant but if humans claim to be the most intelligent species living, they should muster the courage to face the truth and accept it!

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