Dangerous dogs in parks

Pamila Blancett , owner of a small dog attacked by a 90- pound marauder whose owner lacked either the ability or the will to control it, isn't the only one concerned about safety at Goodyear Metro Park on ... Full Story
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Mars Bonfire

Clearwater, FL

#1 Jul 30, 2008
Etta Mangus, judge not lest ye be judged. What gives you the right to tell God to get off his throne so you can judge his people. That's the problem with the republican party, they don't want to act in a Christian way in God's behalf, they want to judge and be God. There is hope for sinners you know. Another bible person that didn't get the intended message. God put us here with a free will and a right to choose for ourselves. If we choose and sin or if we choose good and elate God. He gave us choice. Gave us dominion over animals and people are not animals even though some may be deemed so by your sort. Try to figure it out.
Dave

Ashtabula, OH

#2 Jul 30, 2008
uggh mars bonfire. vote Republican!!!!!!

“Watch out, I might be angry...”

Since: Sep 07

North Ghetto Hill

#3 Jul 30, 2008
All the times i've been at Goodyear Park Metro I have never encountered a vicious dog, nor a dog without it's owner....

I think that letter is a creative subversive way to complain about the model air planes....
Just me

Kent, OH

#4 Jul 30, 2008
Etta Mangus is correct. Mars Bonfire, you remind me of the story of the man who was caught in a flood, and was perched on the roof of his house, with the flood waters coming up to the eaves. A man came by with a row boat and told the stranded man to get in. The stranded man said, "No, God will save me." A while later, a helicopter team came by to pick him up, but the stranded man said, "No, God will save me." Eventually the stranded man got swallowed up by the flood waters and drowned. When he got to heaven, he asked, "God, why didn't You save me?" God said, "Hey! I sent you a rowboat and a helicopter!" With regards to your rant, well, hey! God told us what is right and wrong; God has already been the judge (as you say) of what is right and wrong. Etta Mangus is not passing judgement; Etta is supporting what God has said is right and wrong. Also, in your rant, you actually admit the right and wrong when you say "If we choose and sin or if we choose good and elate God."--> You must have judged something to be a sin!
I agree with Etta Mangus regarding the non-negotiable moral issues, and I applaud Etta for writing the letter.
Mars, quit passing judgement on the whole Republican Party.
Anonymous

AOL

#5 Jul 30, 2008
I remember God passing soemthing along to Moses that included around ten "non-negotiable moral sins." Seems to me that any additions to that list were created by men, not God. I think I''ll stick with the first ten.

I remember Jesus saying something about "Judge not lest ye be judged." He also said something about "Let him that is without sin cast the first stone." I'll leave the judgement up to the big guys upstairs.

Besides, Jesus was a liberal. The facts are irrefutable.
Alex

Hudson, OH

#6 Jul 30, 2008
Hey Nancy, killing unborn babies is murder. How can you live with yourself?

Abortion mills are a blight on any community where they exist.

Since: Jul 08

hudson, oh

#7 Jul 30, 2008
Hey Alex. If it's murder, it's legal murder. Which I believe YOU favor after your "stirlling" (don't forget spell check Alex) endorsement of the Bush/Cheney war machine yesterday.
Nancy Dollard

Girard, OH

#8 Jul 30, 2008
I'm glad to see my letter & many others supporting women's rights. Women must always have the last word on what choices are right for them. It's their body, their right. ProChoice!

“Watch out, I might be angry...”

Since: Sep 07

North Ghetto Hill

#9 Jul 30, 2008
Nancy Dollard wrote:
I'm glad to see my letter & many others supporting women's rights. Women must always have the last word on what choices are right for them. It's their body, their right. ProChoice!
Agreed!
Lynne

Cleveland, OH

#10 Jul 30, 2008
Nancy,

Thank you for your letter. I just don't understand why people like Etta think it is any of their business what I do with MY body. Wonder if she thinks we should put women who have abortions in prison for murder? Wonder if she would be comfortable turning over the major decisions in her life to a judge, a politician or another busy-body like herself?

“"Glory Jee to Besus"”

Since: Jul 08

Henderson, Nv.

#11 Jul 30, 2008
Mars Bonfire wrote:
Etta Mangus, judge not lest ye be judged. What gives you the right to tell God to get off his throne so you can judge his people. That's the problem with the republican party, they don't want to act in a Christian way in God's behalf, they want to judge and be God. There is hope for sinners you know. Another bible person that didn't get the intended message. God put us here with a free will and a right to choose for ourselves. If we choose and sin or if we choose good and elate God. He gave us choice. Gave us dominion over animals and people are not animals even though some may be deemed so by your sort. Try to figure it out.
"What has become of our Democratic Party?" Mars, the problem with Etta's letter starts from the get go. When your first sentence is a blatant lie or an attempt to hoodwink the reader, it only compounds the total lack of insight or intellectual process that ensues. Don't
waste your time on dimwits like Etta. As a matter of fact, The Pope is placing Etta on the Kommunity Kook Klub list. Nice try pretending you're a disillusioned Dem, Etta. We immediately saw through the phony rhetoric to the Kool-Aid.

“"Glory Jee to Besus"”

Since: Jul 08

Henderson, Nv.

#12 Jul 30, 2008
Nancy Dollard wrote:
I'm glad to see my letter & many others supporting women's rights. Women must always have the last word on what choices are right for them. It's their body, their right. ProChoice!
Great letter Nancy and the timing couldn't have been better as you countered the newest member of the Kommunity Kook Klub. You have to shake your head at the amateurish attempt at fooling the public. If it's worded like a Kool-Aid drinker, and reads like a Kool-Aid drinker, then it is a Kool-Aid drinker. They just can't worry only about themselves and how their maker, if there is one, will receive them. As Jimi Hendrix sang: "I'm the one that's got to die when it's time for me to die, so let me live my life........The way I want too..."

“"Glory Jee to Besus"”

Since: Jul 08

Henderson, Nv.

#13 Jul 30, 2008
Alex wrote:
Hey Nancy, killing unborn babies is murder. How can you live with yourself?
Abortion mills are a blight on any community where they exist.
Alex, have you been playing with those embryo's with Head Kook, Don Miller, also of Stow? If so, please tell us how the mentoring is going. Have you taught an embryo to read yet? Are they quoting from the bible yet? Do we have any projected singers or athletes yet? I'll bet the most fun you and Don have is playing catch with them at the Stow Dog Park. Let us know when your first embryo performs ITS first baptism. You want murder, Alex? Start first with your war-criminal president.......How many dead on his watch?

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#14 Jul 30, 2008
Simple answer to an encounter with an agressive dog at the park, carry a taser or mace. Probably not the worst idea for anyone at that park given the location.

End of problem.

“"Glory Jee to Besus"”

Since: Jul 08

Henderson, Nv.

#15 Jul 30, 2008
"Another help would be to monitor the owners of large, aggressive, obviously untrained and unmanageable animals in the parking lots before they hit the trails, where they then remain unobserved."

Robert D. Creswell
Akron

Robert, good letter, I empathize with your park plight and the total lack of response from the Park Service. But here's what the new Stow Dog Park did to quell similar canine corruption: The Park enlisted the services of long time Stow bible-thumping resident, Head Kook, Don Miller. This is how it works: When an incorrigible canine is identified like you suggested, instead of being banned, the owner is given the option for his or hers unruly beast to be baptized by Don. Don't laugh, bitings are down 90%, chasings 85%, and growls and teeth baring 70%. Don has a natural way with animals just as he does with embryo's. I'm sure Don would gladly take one day out of his neighborhood Bible Bawls to bring his canine baptisms to Metro. Jesus works in mysterious ways, just wait til you see Don in action!
Nifong

Tuscarawas, OH

#16 Jul 30, 2008
The Papal One wrote:
<quoted text>
"What has become of our Democratic Party?" Mars, the problem with Etta's letter starts from the get go. When your first sentence is a blatant lie or an attempt to hoodwink the reader, it only compounds the total lack of insight or intellectual process that ensues. Don't
waste your time on dimwits like Etta. As a matter of fact, The Pope is placing Etta on the Kommunity Kook Klub list. Nice try pretending you're a disillusioned Dem, Etta. We immediately saw through the phony rhetoric to the Kool-Aid.
30 years ago, the Democratic party was comprised primarily of Southern Democrats (socially conservative values, wanted social programs for the poor, anti big corporation), blue collar workers (socially conservative, pro-union), Catholics (socially conservative, liberal social programs) and secular progressive liberals. It was not devoted to the elitist.

A lot of the Democratic party went to mass, Baptist service (especially in the south), and other evangelical services. I was in a congregation that was very conservative, but very pro-Democratic Party. The Democratic party used to be one that looked out for the little guy and appreciated his values.

Now, it is hard for social conservatives to join with the Democratic Party because the extreme portions of it denigrate faith and deride people of conservative faith in the party. You cannot be pro-life and be in the party. This is why Bush won the southern Democrats in both elections. This is why the Dems are trying to look good to people of faith by nominating Obama. I just wonder if it is authentic.

“"Glory Jee to Besus"”

Since: Jul 08

Henderson, Nv.

#17 Jul 30, 2008
Nifong wrote:
<quoted text>
30 years ago, the Democratic party was comprised primarily of Southern Democrats (socially conservative values, wanted social programs for the poor, anti big corporation), blue collar workers (socially conservative, pro-union), Catholics (socially conservative, liberal social programs) and secular progressive liberals. It was not devoted to the elitist.
A lot of the Democratic party went to mass, Baptist service (especially in the south), and other evangelical services. I was in a congregation that was very conservative, but very pro-Democratic Party. The Democratic party used to be one that looked out for the little guy and appreciated his values.
Now, it is hard for social conservatives to join with the Democratic Party because the extreme portions of it denigrate faith and deride people of conservative faith in the party. You cannot be pro-life and be in the party. This is why Bush won the southern Democrats in both elections. This is why the Dems are trying to look good to people of faith by nominating Obama. I just wonder if it is authentic.
Most of those Southern Democrats that migrated to the GOP 30 years ago did so because of the civil rights movement and civil rights acts. Back then we weren't caught up in these intentionally divisive social isues created by the politicians. Also, how can you be pro-life and pro-death penalty at the same time? Both party's have their hypocritical moments, just take your pick as to the lesser of the two evils. Better yet, why must you be affiliatied with either? Imagine if those that are affiliated threw their arms up in the air one day and said enough, no more political parties....Look what they've done for themselves as opposed to the citizenry: Lifetime salary, retirement, and medical benefits.....Who else gets that?
Sandy

Cleveland, OH

#18 Jul 30, 2008
While visiting Goodyear Metro Park one year, I took my dog thru one of its trails. Well another dog tried to attack my dog, but since my dog was the bigger dog, he back down. While this was happening, the owner of the other dog stood quietly and did nothing. I called and reported the problem to the park ranger, who said there was nothing he could do. I stop supporting the parks levies.
Mars Bonfire

Clearwater, FL

#19 Jul 30, 2008
Just me wrote:
Etta Mangus is correct. Mars Bonfire, you remind me of the story of the man who was caught in a flood, and was perched on the roof of his house, with the flood waters coming up to the eaves. A man came by with a row boat and told the stranded man to get in. The stranded man said, "No, God will save me." A while later, a helicopter team came by to pick him up, but the stranded man said, "No, God will save me." Eventually the stranded man got swallowed up by the flood waters and drowned. When he got to heaven, he asked, "God, why didn't You save me?" God said, "Hey! I sent you a rowboat and a helicopter!" With regards to your rant, well, hey! God told us what is right and wrong; God has already been the judge (as you say) of what is right and wrong. Etta Mangus is not passing judgement; Etta is supporting what God has said is right and wrong. Also, in your rant, you actually admit the right and wrong when you say "If we choose and sin or if we choose good and elate God."--> You must have judged something to be a sin!
I agree with Etta Mangus regarding the non-negotiable moral issues, and I applaud Etta for writing the letter.
Mars, quit passing judgement on the whole Republican Party.
Stop, your both dead wrong. The apostle Paul murdered Christians but was delivered out of his ways by the lord, not a Republican. He turned more people to Christianity than any of the other apostles.

I know that little story well about the man on the roof in a flood and how dare you say that is me. Another person judging and trying to act like they have wisdom without really having it.

If you ask me there are many people in the USA claiming they are Christians but their actions show they are not. They seem to be more anti-christ than Chrisitian.

Sinners may sin but it is the Lord that will deliver them, not the Republican party.

“STUPIDITY HAS NO PREJUDICE”

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#20 Jul 30, 2008
What is all the crap about politics and God? I thought this was about dogs at a park? Anyway, I don't take my dog to that park, but I do take him to a park near my home. We let him run and there aren't too many problems until someone brings a dog in that is brave. We usually have control over ours but sometimes owners assume their dog will not pose a problem and that is when the problem starts.

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