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Are you offended by the phrase, "I Don't Have a Dog in the Fight"


As a dog lover, I get angry every time I hear it. I only have 539 characters left to explain why so, instead of trying to cram my reason in, I will expand it into a hub......please look for it and like it, if you also get mad when you hear people saying it.

 

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    Bill Russo (Billrrrr) 3 years ago

    The phrase certainly does refer to dog fighting and as such it should be dis-used. In my hub I advocate using "I don't have a horse in the race" instead of the dog phrase. The race invokes the Triple Crown and everyone loves that.

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    Bill Russo (Billrrrr) 3 years ago

    Good, well reasoned answer. But I do feel that the phrase has everything to do with dog fighting and I don't like it. We have free speech and can say pretty much anything we want, but we don't have to sink down to the LCD. We can do better.