View Poll Results: Is a State Animal Abuse Registry a good idea?

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  • YES- this is a good idea

    27 36.00%
  • NO - this is not necessary

    39 52.00%
  • I like to abuse animals and do not want to be stopped

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  • I am an animal

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    Re: Animal Abuse Registry

    Quote Originally Posted by Blackdog View Post
    Can't wait to see what kind of Nazi ( I know Godwin, lol) crap they will come up with for that. Hell it may be able to even be easier to privately sell someone a Tec 9 vs a Kitten.



    "So what?" sums that up nicely. So you don't care is what this is really saying.
    I really do not care what you are saying.

    When you jump to the Nazi's - you pretty much give up.
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    Re: Animal Abuse Registry

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    I really do not care what you are saying.

    When you jump to the Nazi's - you pretty much give up.
    Sometimes. It's just as false to immediately dismiss the analogy as it is to recklessly employ it.
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    Re: Animal Abuse Registry

    Quote Originally Posted by Blackdog View Post
    Can't wait to see what kind of Nazi ( I know Godwin, lol) crap they will come up with for that. Hell it may be able to even be easier to privately sell someone a Tec 9 vs a Kitten.



    "So what?" sums that up nicely. So you don't care is what this is really saying.

    Only if they are cute, cows and chickens you are out of luck!

    What about people who eat cat and dog? Is that abuse as well? Will they end up on your list?

    Thanx Kal. So where did not have the opportunity to answer but it didn't matter, you summed it up quite well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    I really do not care what you are saying.

    When you jump to the Nazi's - you pretty much give up.
    Is Nazi so much more outrageous than blue flame monkeys playing basketball???
    Last edited by Chiefgator; 03-22-12 at 04:23 PM.
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    Thank you for addressing those other questions. I do not feel the answers are adequate, but I admit that you did address them.
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    Read dozens of books about heroes and crooks and I've learned much from both of their styles!

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    I really think people take the whole animal abuse thing too seriously. I have seen children starving...and yet somehow PETA gets press.
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    If I see you starve your child or kick your cat, I will call the cops on you. Evil is evil. The news is just a capitalistic way of disseminating information, regardless of priority, accuracy or value.

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    Re: Animal Abuse Registry

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    I really do not care what you are saying.

    When you jump to the Nazi's - you pretty much give up.
    And how so?

    Although extreme, and although not all situations allow for drawing parallels to the various stages of their regime, there are some very valid times/cases to draw a parallel. IMO, you give off the appearance of giving up moreso by arbitrarily declaring an analogy invalid and ALL similar analogies invalid regardless - and in the process misusing Godwin's Law, which ONLY states that the farther a discussion goes on the more likely such references / analogy to Hitler/Nazis/Naziism/etc are going to be made - THAT'S IT. It says NOTHING ABOUT the merit or lack thereof of bringing in the analogy, or anything like that.
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    Re: Animal Abuse Registry

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    I really do not care what you are saying.

    When you jump to the Nazi's - you pretty much give up.
    I know you got nothing to back up this freedom trashing garbage legislation, so this is just par for the course.
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    Re: Animal Abuse Registry

    from Kal stang

    So in otherwords you don't know and are perfectly willing to risk peoples lives for your agenda.
    Aha! So now you are reduced to the ultimate in over the top hyperbole. A bill which says a pet store or breeder must check to make sure a convicted abuser is not on a list now suddenly becomes a threat to life itself.

    Just when you think you have read the most desperate attempt to stretch something beyond the breaking point, out comes something like this. It is truly digging a basement under the bottom of the barrel.

    It is obvious you have a shred of objectivity on this issue.
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