|Barked: Fri Aug 17, '12 11:49pm PST |
|Trigger the "insanity" I was referring to was that using deadly force is the only way to feel safe from a loose dog. we have them here as well,many are not nice,and yes,I lived here my entire first 2 years being growled back into my house by a neighbors dog,so I know what that is like,it is not fun.
I have also lived near and even as stated that I have family members who at one time may have been perfectly fine having a gun permit,but would in fact be unsafe with one now. I do not know Dick P. but neither do you. As I said I in no way meant to imply that I felt he was a dangerous psychopath who was a danger to the entire community,but that does not mean that his being a "bit off" should not be considered by authorities before he is allowed to renew his gun permit just to be sure it is in fact safe for him to carry a gun.
I did also say that the dog owners were to blame for losing their dog in such a tragic manner. They could have been far more careful than they were,fencing,tethering,leashing,and supervising the dog effectively are all things they could have done on their part to prevent this,in my eyes,needless tragedy. The only loser in this situation was the dog,who I'm sure did suffer pain at being shot and not dying instantly,according to the article it died several hours later at a local animal hospital,not in my opinion a nice way to go.
I am sure however that you will find a way to take everything I have said out of context and twist it to be used against me so that you are once again the only one who can be right in your views and assumptions. This will be my last post on this topic,because I no longer am enjoying the "debate" no longer find it educational or informative and this post will be flagged anyway.
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