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The problem is that this event does not scale. In other words, if all ccw holders acted like this dipshit then ccw rights would be gone within a few years. A properly written and enforced law should be scaleable without becoming a farce.
This is Florida of course, barely a functioning state so we must keep that in mind.
That's my problem with him not being charged. It seems like it would be real easy to go around provoking people with words and blasting them away after they hit you.
This is why I don’t understand the mindset of those who defend this event.
If you support CCW laws, you should want situations like this to be prosecuted.
If you support not having violent thugs in our society you should support the shooter.
But you obviously identify with the thug more than with decent law abiding society.
Guess what, society doesn't want or need you.
I’m more concerned with Americans retaining the right to defend themselves when their life is actually in danger.
I’m not at all interested in vigilante justice being carried out under the guise of “self defense”.
I also don’t “identify” as anything, that’s for SJWs like you who place feelings over facts.
Lol at you and your fear of the 2A being taken away from us. It is our God given right, no man can take it away.
The 2A is about guns, not feelings. Fuck your feelings.
God given right? You idiot, why cause the constitution says so? What if they changed it tomorrow? Would it atill be god given? God had nothing to so with it. So guns grow out the ground? So stupid. Its an american write that was written that way. Oh you think its god given? Get convicted of a felony. See if its still god given
This is the sort of nihlistic outlook that is eating a way at the foundations of western civ.
There was a time when the majority of Westerner's believed in God given rights and fought to the death to not have them infringed upon.
It's like that saying goes, soft times create weak men.
Good thing the courts don't agree with you. The Ninth circuit recently stated:
"Several legal treatises that were in wide circulation throughout the founding era support our textual understanding of “bear arms.” In an early American edition of Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England—indeed, the “most important” edition, as Heller points out, see 554 U.S. at 594, 128 S.Ct. 2783—St. George Tucker, a law professor at the College of William & Mary and former influential Antifederalist, insisted that the right to armed self-defense is the “first law of nature” and that “the right of the people to keep and bear arms” is the “true palladium of liberty. . . .
Blackstone himself espoused a similarly sacred view on the right to bear arms for Englishmen, which was most notably codified in the 1689 English Declaration of Rights . . . .
As Blackstone explained, the 1689 Declaration enshrined “the natural right of resistance and self-preservation” and “the right of having and using arms for self-preservation and defence.” 1 William Blackstone, Commentaries *144.8 It followed from Blackstone's premise that such a right, the predecessor to our Second Amendment, “was by the time of the founding understood to be an individual right protecting against both public and private violence.” Heller, 554 U.S. at 594, 128 S.Ct. 2783 (emphasis added); see also 2 William Blackstone, Commentaries on the Laws of England 441 (Edward Christian ed., 1795) (“[E]veryone is at liberty to keep or carry a gun, if he does not use it for the [unlawful] destruction of game.”)."
The right to bear arms for self defense is a fundamental right.
I Wanted to Be a Good Mom. So I Got a Gun.
A few months after my father left our family home for good, my mother heard me screaming in the middle of the night. It was the kind of scream that made her grab her rifle in one hand and some ammo in another.
It was a spring night and I was sleeping with my window open, which was right above my bed; I loved breathing in the fresh air. That night, in that open window, I heard the banging of a ladder, and by the time my mother made it into the room and began loading her gun, a man was about to climb in.
She said something along the lines of: “Bethany, come over here. I don’t want you to get his brain matter on your face.” I backed up behind her and my mother raised her gun. The would-be intruder slowly backed down the ladder.