Yep, those people don't think and can't think. They are probably of the same group (a large one) I saw interviewed today that didn't know the reason for or purpose of independence day. They didn't have a clue what it was about.The most entertaining thing about this is the chorus of anti-gunners all coming at this with the same answer: This wasn't a mass shooting. Not enough people died so this doesn't count.
There are a bunch of people who would be dead if there wasn't a CCW there. That destroys my argument that CCWs cause more death. I can't counter this in any way... so let's just say it doesn't count and can't be used in arguments for or against gun control.
At the same time they have thir "mass shooting list/map" and they extend it to 400 / year with stories like 1 gang member injured a rival gang member with a pistol.The most entertaining thing about this is the chorus of anti-gunners all coming at this with the same answer: This wasn't a mass shooting. Not enough people died so this doesn't count.
It's a victory for a gun owner and for innocent people who got saved, but it's definately not a victory for a licensing department.
This was a victory IN SPITE OF the legislation. Not because of it. Legislation did not stop the attacker. It didn't even make his attack more difficult to perform. I realize you are trolling but I couldn't help myself.
Who are you addressing? The OP simply posted a link. The take away here is that shooting back at the bad guy is the best way to make him stop what he's doing. Legislation didn't do a thing in this case or any other to make gun ownership safer. Both the BG and the GG had guns. One did the wrong thing with his gun, the other did the right thing. They would likely have done the same without legislation. Makes no difference.