What was the time necessary for “first responders” to arrive at the Newtown CT school? 20 minutes?
Unacceptable if, as many want you to believe, you should leave your defense in the hands of others.
Sorry, I simply refuse to be a victim.
What happens when armed people going about their everyday lives are confronted by evil?
Well, things like this:
With one shot, an off-duty sheriff’s deputy took down a gunman who attempted to opened fire at a crowded movie theater lobby during a late night showing of “The Hobbit” in San Antonio, WOAI reports.
Police say a gunman, identified as Jesus Manuel Garcia, chased patrons from the nearby China Garden Restaurant into the lobby of the Santikos Mayan 14 movie theater at around 9 p.m. on Sunday. Garcia, an employee of the restaurant, reportedly walked in the establishment looking for a woman.
A gunman retreated from a Casper nail salon last week after realizing one of its customers was packing heat.
Police say about 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 3, a man walked into Modern Nails at 2645 E. Second St. and asked a female employee if she wanted to buy some diamonds. The man walked toward the front desk area and the woman replied that she had no money to buy diamonds.
A witness said the man then reached into his coat pocket and began to take out a silver-colored pistol.
At that moment, a woman who was getting her nails donereached into her purse and got her own firearm. Police say the man never fully raised the gun and left the building after seeing the customer had her weapon out.
And yes, you might get hurt if you confront someone who is armed. As a matter of fact, you might get killed. Kind of goes with the territory. But what you won’t be is an unarmed victim begging for his life.
I’m sorry, I’m not in the mood to argue about surrendering my right to self-defense by firearm to anyone. It’s not about “hunting”. It’s not about “assault rifles”. It is about an inalienable right to defend myself from predators and, though no one seems to want to mention this any more, my government. That’s right. That’s one of the fundamental reasons for the 2nd Amendment. Like it or not, a group of men we call our Founders knew first hand that sometimes tyrants have to be overthrown and they too felt it was their fundamental right to own the means to both protect themselves and do what might be necessary to win or keep their freedom.
I frankly don’t care one way or the other if you like guns or want guns around you. You get to live with the consequences of your choice. That’s your right.
I own guns and I’m not giving them up for anyone. That’s my right. If it takes law enforcement 20 minutes to get to you, that’s on you. Me? I’m not waiting. Yes, they may carry me out in a body bag, but that’s my choice, isn’t it? I fully and happily accept that risk. I’d rather go out fighting than wait to be executed.
And, of course, since the left continues to tell us they’re all for choice, this should be a no-brainer, right?