Man draws gun, kills threatening dog

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Speaking as an animal lover — (God bless the beasts and the children) — stories like this always make me sad. Maybe the poor dog was mentally off. Who knows?
Let’s see where all the leftist anti-gun extremists are on this story. Do you suppose they would rather have had the little girls get bitten to death? A pox on their hyper-emotional manipulativeness and sophistry.
I say good for the quick thinking father, and good for Jared Wright and his 2nd-Amendment-friendly proposal that law abiding citizens can carry concealed without a Big Brother permit.
Oh, I know: the whole thing was a probably a conspiratorial set up to make anti-gunners look bad. If that’s the case, I predict it won’t succeed, because leftists are quite determined to learn nothing from the inconvenient little realities of life.
I absolutely love a quote attributed to Thomas Sowell: “The problem isn’t that Johnny can’t read. The problem isn’t even that Johnny can’t think. The problem is that Johnny doesn’t know what thinking is. He confuses it with feeling.”
A KelTec 22Mag semi-automatic pistol with a 30-round magazine would be a perfect defense against a pack of feral dogs determined to eat you.
I hope this story helps the cause of constitutional self-ownership and self-defense.
Oh, and by all means speak up leftists. Everyone is all ears.

Why does this sad, sickening story have to devolve into politics and namecalling in the first comment?



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