Saturday, December 15, 2007

2008 Presidential Candidates NOT Pandering To Dogs

There are 73 million dogs living in 50 million homes in the U.S. So, why aren't ANY of the Presidential candidates talking about important dog issues? Where's the promise of a dog bone in every bowl or doggy doors added to the Uniform Building Code? What about bigger and better dog parks with clean, running water and real shade trees? Better pay and more time off for working dogs? Hazardous duty pay for dogs like me?

The United States President is the ultimate leader of our pack. It's the duty and obligation of every American dog to insist that these issues are addressed in the campaign rhetoric. If we have to nip at the candidates' heels, or bite the hands that feed us, then that's our patriotic duty. What dog doesn't like pork so politics should be right up our alley!


chewtoy said...

Finally! We're getting it and speaking out! Bark. Bark.


Ripley said...

Chewtoy, will you be my running mate?

Ripley said...

Chewtoy, are you there? Will you accept?