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Should pitbull-type dogs be banned?

Yes
39%
No
61%
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Erik Says:

Tue, Sep 25 2012 10:01 AM

Sharon,

In lower animals, genetics determines a lot of behaviour. In fact, even in humans it determines many personality traits.

Instead of fulfilling Godwin's Law from your politically correct kneejerk reactions, how about a dose of reality?


Sharon C. Says:

Fri, Sep 14 2012 07:29 PM

First off, define "pit bull" please?
Next, since when is genetics something that determines whether or not an animal is vicious? That's like saying all Japanese people in the mid 20th century were vicious rabid killers.
It makes NO SENSE.


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