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Presidential candidates and BSL

Discussion in 'Dog Debates' started by tracie2114, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. tracie2114

    tracie2114 Little Dog

    With the new election coming up I have been going back and forth between who to vote for (not sure I really like either of them) but was wondering if anyone knew their positions on BSL... I read back in 2008 that Obama is against BSL but (don't get mad at me for saying this lol) Obama is known for changing his position to gain votes... Also do you think the BSL issue should stay state/local or become national?
     
  2. E Diggy

    E Diggy Big Dog

    I think I can say with a degree of certainty that this will never become an issue of federal law. People's positions on BSL vary greatly from region to region in this country. Follow what your locally elected leaders think about it though, even if it's not a hot topic issue in your town today. It could be tomorrow.
     

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