I honestly think that as he got out of that truck, he needed to receive a few dozen bullets right between the eyes.
It’s a shame that the NRA’s plan to have everyone armed hadn’t happened at the time this chase took place, so we could have had gun fire all over the place. We probably would have had 20 or 30 people killed or injured by stray bullets, but at least everyone would be armed…you know, in case bad guys appeared or if we had to revolt against the government’s nuclear weapons, tanks, etc…
????Where did that remark come from???? A well-trained man with a gun hit his target. How does that put anyone else in danger? I’m not an NRA member nor ever will be, but I don’t think the NRA is asking everyone to pull out a gun and start shooting. When police violate their training and shoot an unarmed man 41 times*, that isn’t an argument against guns any more than a quack killing a patient is an argument against modern medicine.
If you wanted to make an analogy to the NRA’s advice, then you would have made a comment along the lines of equipping every highway with a lumber-loaded tractor/flatbed to stop any madman driving a multi-ton killing machine.
*cf “Blink” by Malcolm Gladwell
My comment was intended to be inane, just like the NRA’s comment about how everyone should have a gun, be able to use it, etc… (Take a look at their literature.) Many of their members believe that if everyone had a gun EVERY bad situation that happens nowadays would suddenly end and everyone would be law abiding or shot and killed by everyone else. They believe nothing bad could come from everyone having a gun. It’s ludicrous.
I just wanted to jump on this sh*t before someone commented about how great it was that the guy was shot, yay for guns, etc…