No one is upset, hon!!!
Part of our role in belonging to this forum is to help educate other members, and you have every right to your opinion! Pits and rotties (and at one point German Shephards) have gotten a pretty bad rap over the years...and the media just keeps feeding into it, over and over. There are many people out there that want to dispel the myths about these breeds, and who want to see the hype be put in rational perspective...there are no bad dogs, just crappy owners.
As far as the OP's situation goes, I'm seriously on the fence. One part of me says to re-home the cats, or re-home the cats and the dog, and the other part wants me to tell her to suck it up, and hang in there with all of the pets, irregardless of the space issue, particularly if a larger home is in the works.
I guess when we make the decision to adopt or home an animal, that is a decision we need to commit to firmly...anything else means we may have to accept that the future of the pets are in question, meaning possible euthanization down the road, or spending a life sentence in a shelter situation. The only way we can truly guarantee the future of the pet, is to make sure that WE are providing the forever, loving home. Plus, are pets are also our children...they just have fur. They depend on us for food, water, shelter, love, attention, exercise, and medical care. What part about that is NOT parenting?
If the OP can find a way to make the current situation work with all of her animals, then she should exhaust every option available to her to make this possible. If by then, it is still an issue, and everything has been tried to it's fullest extent, then the pets should be re-homed.