Pro and Anti Dog Shooting Factions Face OffSubmitted by BILL3 on Fri, 03/21/2014 - 23:07
In a press release Friday the activist group People For Not Shooting Other Peoples Pets issued a strongly worded statement condemning the official policy of many of the nation's law enforcement agencies of preemptively firing upon dogs cats and other domesticated animals as a matter of policy.
From the statement, "This is getting out of hand. It's one thing to stab a dog that's mauling you in its ugly rabid snout, but this wanton slaughter of our pets for the sheer pleasure of inflicting injury upon their owners is a cruel and abusive indulgence of the worst of human nature on innocent creatures without any voice to defend themselves. All of us hate many, many humans, and God knows they deserve it. But to punish their animals is a step too far."
The national Benevolent Society of Patrolmen shot back that "this is between them and the animals" and to "stay the fsck out of it before you get your head caved in."
President Obama chimed in that he has a dog, and that he supports our men and women in uniform. John McCain who somehow is still lucid responded that he stands strong with the nation's law enforcement, and he put a dog in a headlock until it stopped moving to show his virility and solidarity with the police.