A select group of the "intellectual elite," who don't believe dogs showed be owned, are behind Prop. B.
Prop. B will lead many dog breeders to close their doors⎯or worse⎯choose bankruptcy. Prop. B does not provide additional protection for dogs over and above laws already on the books. Instead, it requires changes that are artificial, not helpful, and costly, which will put dog breeders out of business
Prop. B is more about controlling private businesses based on a false view that the elite "no better" than the "the People."
Missouri Department of Agriculture has been criticized for lax enforcement, and the recent dog rescues show that even without Prop. B dogs properly are being properly rescued (stltoday.com). Prop. B is a phony puppy mill protection bill.
Since our culture is more likely to make choices based on emotion instead thoughtful research, showing puppies on commercials makes volunteering or donating money to oppose Prop. B seem like a losing proposition. However, the only way to change our culture is too engage it by starting with our friends in simply conversations about emotional charged images, confusing names ("Human Society"), and role of government.
But you still might be thinking?
Will Prop B improve conditions in our kennels?
What are the real consequences of Prop B to dog breeders and pet owners?
Invite your friends and find out the answers at these events:
Oct. 4th at 7 pm in Washington, MO at the Senior Center at 1459 5th street, Guest speaker will be Kelly Smith with the Missouri Farm Bureau.
Oct. 16th at 2:30 pm at Pillar In The Valley, Chesterfield, Guest speaker will be Chris Chin, 6th generation hog farmer.
Events sponsored by the CWA of MO, I Heard the People Say, and Show Me Patriots.
For more info: http://www.thealliancefortruth.com/
Read: Who Isn’t Against Animal Cruelty? But Proposition B Is Not the Answer (United for Missouri) and Does Prop B Violate Our Liberties? (Franklin County Patriots)