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Saturday, July 23, 2005

Benefits Of Owning A Gun

I had heard about this story on the channel 4 news the other day as I was channel surfing. It made me feel proud of owning a gun. It is yet another example of a person not being a victim because he was able to defend himself when the need arose. This is the perfect example of a guy who didn't panic when him and friend were accosted by a criminal looking to rob them as they sat in the drive through of a Jack in the Box in the Peoples Republic of Santa Monica the other night. The assailant stuck a gun to the head of the passenger and demanded money. The passenger was able to wrestle the gun away from the assailant only to be stabbed a few seconds later in the hand. The driver pulled his loaded gun out from behind the seat and shot the bad guy. Wahooo! I love it. This guy was prepared. The assailant died in an alley a few minutes later from lead poisoning. This was a clear case of justifiable homocide. The only other matter to deal with was if the guys in the car had a permit for a concealed weapon. They probably didn't have one and might be charged with a misdomeanor. If I were the DA I would not charge the men. Every person has a God given right to defend themselves. Here are the links to the stories

3 Comments:

  • At 7:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    God said "Thou shalt hide a gun in your car and kill someone that tries to take your money."? Pretty sure he said "Thou shalt not kill."
    God given right? Not so much.

     
  • At 4:38 PM, Blogger Xrlq said…

    They didn't have guns or cars back then, but if you don't have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one is about as close to that as it gets. If I were as in the dark on this issue as you are, I'd probably post anonymously, too.

     
  • At 6:34 AM, Blogger Kane said…

    Pretty sure God would need to exist in order for him to give or take rights of any sort.

    "Thou shall not kill" is the worst anti-gun reasoning I have ever heard.

     

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