The Herald Bulletin

Morning Update

Opinion

September 9, 2013

You Said It: About ACS' superintendent, Wendell Crumes and Tony Bennett

(Continued)

THB: Bennett was vindicated in these allegations, but the investigation did blame him for rushing the controversial school grades without a pilot program and the group found "deep distrust" of Bennett among educators.

Executive director of the Animal Protection League, Maleah Stringer, discusses pit bulls, the misunderstood dog breed in her column. (Sept. 7)

"Every day, we see injustices aimed at bully breed dogs and it is very nice to see a voice of reason interjected into the madness that surrounds them. Thank you for taking the time to be their voice."

"Pit bulls were once known as the 'Nanny dog' for children because of their gentle nature. Don't believe it? Look it up. Only humans can be blamed for the change to this wonderful breed."

"Wonderful column. There are too many ignorant and intolerant people in this world. Thank you for highlighting the importance of common sense."

THB: Even a yorkie can be mean if trained that way. It's a human problem, not a dog problem. Give the breed a chance.

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