Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Boehner Blames Obama For Pit Bull Attacks

WASHINGTON (Living in Kellie’s World)—Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-Ohio) said today that he blames President Obama for the rise in Pit Bull attacks since 2008.


Boehner, speaking at the weekly GOP breakfast claimed, “The evidence from dogbite.org is unequivocal. Since President Obama took office in 2008, Pit Bull attacks have increased every year, reversing the Bush administration’s signature achievement of reducing canine attacks.”

Boehner also accused the President of inciting Pit Bulls to single out Republicans. “In case you haven’t noticed, the line representing the number of attacks is red. I don’t think this is a coincidence.”

Even more disturbing, according Boehner, was the dramatic rise in the number of Pit Bull attacks after Republicans gained control of the House in 2012. “Frankly, I’m worried,” said Boehner. “Pit Bull attacks nearly doubled in 2012. Can you imagine the crisis this nation will face if the Republicans win control of the Senate in 2016?”
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3 comments:

  1. Laughing, I guess this is what Boehner is going to sue Obama over.

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  2. Is this guy serious?? So many parts of that render me speechless - the idea that George Bush's marquee moment in his 8 years in office is when he lowered pit bull attacks. The idea that they're encouraging pit bulls to attack Republicans by making the line red.

    Does he have an opinion on what caused the rise of the artist Pit Bull?

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  3. I did leave a comment a day or two ago,but it doesn't seem to have registered.

    My initial thought was that it was a spoof - I actually paused to check whether it was the 1st April. If not, then it provides further evidence of the stupidity of some politicians,

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