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NJ Drivers Face $1,000 Fines For Pets Not Wearing Seat Belts

posted by Donna Calvin

Does this dog look utterly miserable?

Watchwoman:  Some of the comments left where I found the original article are so funny and clever, they are well worth reading, so I’ve included several of them, plus several pictures of dogs who love to ride in cars unlike to poor politically correct pooch to your right!  Consider the comments my POLITICAL HUMOR for the DAY.  ROTFLOL!!!  My personal favorite comments are #16, #30 and #39!  I have a few comments and questions of my own:  (1.) How do you buckle in a hamster?  Guinea pig?  Fish?  (2.)  Does it count if the fish are dead in a bucket of ice or water?  Do I have to strap in the fish I caught and are on ice that are in the back of my pick up truck in a cooler with my beer?  (3.) What if I bought several dead fish from the supermarket, you never know about catfish that I plan to eat tonight for dinner who still might have a little life left in them?  (4.) How about pigs, goats, sheep, cattle going to market?  (5.) What about a live lobster I plan on boiling tonight?  (6.) How long will it be before an evil, greedy entrepreneurial capitalist who is industrious and ambitious, and very good friends with the right members of the NJ legislature be smart enough to make certain new governmental laws are introduced and approved so that only “my” specially approved pet carriers and seat belts for every kind of animal (all different for every animal and weight category) and pet can be used? — Wow! I can get rich on this one!   (7.) If the car goes into a lake or catches fire, how could the pet unbuckle itself?  What, automatic latches set to go off if water or fire hits them?  In the future, will there be legislation passed to protect animals caught in accidents where they can’t escape? (8.) Wonder if Noah is rolling over in his grave?   However, this is no joke and it carries heavy fines and even a possible jail sentence of 6 months.  According to the New Jersey Newsroom, the regulation actually falls under the parameters of animal cruelty, and the fine can be coupled with a six month term in jail and a disorderly persons offense.  ▬  Donna Calvin

 

New Fines In Place For Cats And Dogs That Don’t Buckle Up In New Jersey

June 2, 2012 10:30 PM

By David Madden

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Click it or ticket. It’s not just for people anymore — at least in the Garden State.

Police and animal control officers are authorized to cite drivers with unrestrained animals in the car. Yes, that includes the back of a pickup truck too. Violators can be fined $250 to $1,000 per offense.

Ray Martinez, head of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, just wants to avoid distracted driving.

“People actually driving with a dog or a cat on their laps. It’s not cute. It’s actually dangerous for the driver. It’s dangerous for other drivers and it’s dangerous for that pet.”

Dogs can be placed in harnesses that click right into the seat belt buckle. Cats don’t take well to harnesses for the most part, so they need to go in a carrier. And the carrier needs to be buckled down.

Read More: http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2012/06/02/new-fines-in-place-for-cats-and-dogs-that-dont-buckle-up-in-new-jersey/#comments

 

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  1. When are people going to start fighting back about our government protecting us from ourselves? This just keeps going too far. It’s almost like a day doesn’t go by without hearing about yet another federal, state or local regulation. The states and feds come up with this in order to add to their coffers.  – Marine
  2. My dog doesn’t have $1,000 to pay the fine!!! -Eladredoc
  3. F, NJ try to take my guns and make me buckle my dog how bout buckling in my grocieries too. Morons. cant wait to move to the free states – David Mowers
  4. They need that money to pay for memorial day celebrations when celebrities die though? How else can we glorify the rich and famous if not by taxing the poor and middle class? You all need to stop your whining and jealousy you are just losers whose sole role in society is to be piggy banks for your betters.   StarResident
  5. What we need is a large concrete barrier built around NJ so that their statist disease does not infect the rest of the country. Paul B.
  6. Will we be satisfied when the government runs every minute detail of our lives? And it goes without saying that the Jim Corzines of this world – the real 1%ers – will not have to comply with the law. Cleo
  7. Ever try seatbelting a feral cat?
  8. I think you’ve hit upon something– obviously a well-connected Depressioncrat crook stole a bunch of rabies vaccines and wants the goobermint to force people to buy “his” stuff.
  9. Interesting photo considering the guy is struggling with what must be an empty box considering it’s folded bottom.
  10. Sorry to hear that the deranged Safety Nazi Body Snatchers have spread across the Hudson from the totalitarian hellhole of NY and infected NJ as well…
  11. My dog ate my seat belt officer. Walterndebby
  12. Only a madman, fool, or illegal alien Mexican would live in New Jersey nowadays. The NJ State Government is insane.  Columbiaman
  13. Ther are many reasons I left New Jersey for the South, this hust confirms the decision. The noice most dogs would make tied down is far more dangerous than having them loose. The nanny state at its worst. I am now waiting for the country to laugh at NJ on the Tonight Show  jmatt55
  14. Remember when NJ was gonna make everyone pay FOR A LICENSE TO RIDE A BICYCLE?
  15. There’s nothing more enjoyable than watching Northeast liberals torture themselves to death with their love of unions and big government. Hobbesc2
  16. just do what Obama did. eat them before you go.   sigmundf
  17. It would be easier to catch a fa*t and paint it brown than keep an animal constrained with a seat belt. midwest norwegian
  18. New Jersey HELL. Stay out of that awful state. Duran7
  19. Good Lord… LEAVE PEOPLE ALONE! It’s getting to the point where the average citizen unknowingly breaks multiple laws every day. There are now an almost unlimited number of reasons that the authorities can pull anyone over now, and we gladly hand them the power to do so.
  20. In the eyes of the government everyone is a criminal. Except if you have a badge or a government paycheck then the laws don’t apply to you.
  21. I’ve said it before, but here goes once again. Those who blithely give away control over a seemingly unimportant part of their lives to others shouldn’t be the least bit surprised when the control-figures demonstrate a reluctance to have any limits placed on their ability to control. If that thought did not originate with Confucius, it should have. Cka Redstate America
  22. Carolina (about an hour ago from this comment), right there with you on secession.
  23. Meanwhile, IMO, if the Garden State wants to limit distractions, then how about:
    –removing all billboards along the roads
    –outlawing any consumption of food or liquids in any moving vehicle
    –outlaw alcoholic beverages everywhere
    –outlaw any mobile telephony, including Bluetooth
    –outlaw GPSs
    –outlaw any video screen in vehicles
    –outlaw radios, CBs, CD/DVD players
    –outlaw books or newspapers being read in vehicles
    –outlaw speaking between/among driver and passenger(s) in moving vehicles
    –outlaw smoking of tobacco products and other such products
    –outlaw driving without having glasses that immediately turn into sunglasses when a certain threshold is crossed
    –immediately repair any pothole on any roadway, but especially interstate highways
    –allow no road repairs except from 2-6 a.m. daily
  24. There’s more, but these things should occupy state and local governments for a very long time.  Roger Fishwife
  25. Get stuffed. I won’t do it. I refuse to nannied any more.  corvettemike
  26. Death by a thousand cuts! Good by America the free!!!  Cleo
  27. I thought it first read..”Death by a thousand cats”!  Lol, it wouldn’t be the first time…there have been several cases of “crazy old cat ladies” ending up on the menu when they die and get gobbled up by their 1000 cats.  sdasdsada
  28. Liberalism at its worse. How dare they feel they can run every aspect of yoru life? Pure filth these libs have become. Oh yeah, stay the hell out of my life   Comlng
  29. Christie’s not a liberal. He’s only following his elitist instincts and going after your money.  Me
  30. It’s Bush’s fault.
  31. Under Our Constitution it’s illegal to force a human to wear a seat belt never mind a dog! It’s all about controlling Our behavior and taking Our money to support union pensions!   Mark Goff
  32. Doesn’t W.C. Fields gravestone say “Better here than in New Jersey”. I’m sure he meant to say Philadelphia. LOL
  33. An old George Carlin joke about New Jersey:
    A transcontinental flight from the West Coast reaches the airspace over New Jersey.
    A flight attendant comes over the PA system: “We’re now over New Jersey. You may p-h-a-r-t freely.”  Just Saying132
  34. As much as I hate the nanny state idea, I’m not really opposed to this law. If idiots who drive with their pets in their laps only killed themselves in accident I say get rid of the law and let nature take over. Unfortunately, in this case, people who drive with pets in their laps, a.k.a. idiots, can take out the innocent during their “accidents”.
  35. Do you know anyone that was killed by a driver with a pet on his/her lap? Just curious.  lee Muncy
  36. there isnt any statistical data to support since thats not ‘a cause of death’ but if one exercises a little common sense one would have to conclude that its a lot safer for folks to be driving without another mammal in its lap while driving
  37. I do. My great aunt was killed 8 years ago by a yuppie with a pocket-book type dog in her lap. She stated she had to turn wide, clipping my aunt’s car and sending her spinning into traffic because her dog shifted in her lap, and she was afraid the dog would fall. The dog was fine, but my auntie was killed, and a mother and 3 kids in a minivan were sent to the hospital. Even at the hearing, she would accept no responsibility, because she thought the dog was safest in her lap. She said I’m sorry it happened, but my dog deserves to be safe.   Jay Hall
  38. It’s time to simply remove ALL WARNING LABELS then let the survival of the fittest begin.
  39. Does Bo have immunity from this new law?   julianusrex 43
  40. Someone needs to tell the nanny state to phuck off!    MannieP
  41. The voters in New Joisey keep voting these mopes in, so they deserve what they get. But NJ is definitely a good state to avoid. It’s one of the most dangerous places in the country – danger from the government.   psadie
  42. I am soooo glad I left NJ. I don’t miss the corruption or their goofy laws. NJ you have outdone yourselves this time.   edocchi2009
  43. Has there been a national crisis in car accidents due to unrestrained pets? Government in your business again. Plus, the added benefit of more fineable offenses.     Sanity1954
  44. Rin Tin Tin and Lassie, are probably rolling in their graves right now!
  45. Actually they’ve probably been exhumed and married to some freakshow in NY without their knowledge. TroyG
  46. All folks who think this is funny, or actually right need to get a clue.
  47. People, how many freaking laws do we NEED?
  48. Need is different than nice to have, good for one group or another, helps “your favorite group here”.
  49. How many laws does it take to make America a good place to live?
  50. I believe we passed that number of laws 4 decades ago, and the State, Local, and Federal Politicians just keep cranking them out.
  51. Why does is take a Lawyer to do anything these days? Too Many Freaking Laws…..60% minimum are unnecessary.   chilly willy
  52. click it or ticket.   Shears_of_Atropos
  53. Well, I’d say the Garden State has been waiting with bated breath for this law to get passed. Now we can attend to lesser things, like the masses of stinking landfills, the high property taxes, the increasing debt, and the general lawlessness that pervades this once beautiful state.
  54. Great use of the word “general” given the current military police state.. Allan
  55. This is about as logical as the 16 oz. sweetened soft drink law being proposed in NYC. Make mine a 42 oz. Miller instead.  Leo
  56. I’d say the 2 bit Obama a$$ kissing crook Steve Rothman is in back of this

 

Article Source: http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2012/06/02/new-fines-in-place-for-cats-and-dogs-that-dont-buckle-up-in-new-jersey/
See More Photos of Dogs love riding in Cars – http://izismile.com/2009/02/17/dogs_love_riding_in_cars_15_photos.html

 



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Watchwoman:  Some of the comments left where I found the original article are so funny and clever, they are well worth reading, so I’ve included several of them, plus several pictures of dogs who love to ride in cars unlike to poor politically correct pooch to your right!  Consider the comments my POLITICAL HUMOR for the DAY.  ROTFLOL!!!  My personal favorite comments are #16, #30 and #39!  I have a few comments and questions of my own:  (1.) How do you buckle in a hamster?  Guinna pig?  Fish?  (2.)  Does it count if the fish are dead in a bucket of ice or water?  Do I have to strap in the fish I caught and are on ice that are in the back of my pick up truck in a cooler with my beer?  (3.) What if I bought several dead fish from the supermarket, you never know about catfish that I plan to eat tonight for dinner who still might have a little life left in them?  (4.) How about pigs, goats, sheep, cattle going to market?  (5.) What about a live lobster I plan on stewing tonight?  (6.) How long will it be before an evil, greedy entrepreneurial capitalist who is industrious and ambitious, and very good friends with the right members of the NJ legislature be smart enough to make certain new governmental laws are introduced and approved so that only “my” specially approved pet carriers and seat belts for every kind of animal (all different for every animal and weight category) and pet can be used? — Wow! I can get rich on this one!   (7.) Wonder if Noah is rolling over in his grave?    However, this is no joke and it carries heavy fines and even a possible jail sentence of 6 months.  According to the New Jersey Newsroom, the regulation actually falls under the parameters of animal cruelty, and the fine can be coupled with a six month term in jail and a disorderly persons offense.  ▬  Donna Calvin



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posted June 5, 2012 at 5:06 pm


Insanity, thy dwelling place is NJ. Is this their way of doing away with pets?



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