Those Darn Guns Are at It Again!

Posted on January 21, 2013 4:00 pm

In Houston, two armed strangers rescued a man who was robbed at gunpoint.

Liberals are still baffled over whose gun to blame for the crime.

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5 Responses to “Those Darn Guns Are at It Again!”

  1. NoMoBama says:

    After the robber had been shot, police say he jumped over a fence and was attacked by a German Shepherd. That attack prevented him from getting away.


    On a sadder note: He’s expected to recover.

  2. NoMoBama says:

    It was a fully automatic German Shepard, they need to be banned!

  3. Son of Bob says:

    “In the end, the two witnesses turned vigilantes won and took down the bad guy.”

    There’s your answer, Harvey. It was right in the story. To a lib, two citizens taking down a mugger are “vigilantes.” So, clearly they’re the bad guys and their guns are to blame.

  4. Nate says:

    Part of the story is clearly missing, why did they start shooting at him exactly? I’m happy to hear about criminals getting shot, but there are two possibilities here:

    1. They started shooting at the robber for no reason.
    2. They confronted the man to try and recover the stolen property, he pulled his gun or such, and shooting and german shepherding ensued.

    Like I said, I’m happy to have criminals being shot, but I’m less enthusiastic about situations where violence could have been avoided. I have no problems with private citizens pursuing and arresting those who they know to have committed a crime, by force if need be, the police would never have recovered that property, or found the robber.

  5. Conservatarian says:

    The most upsetting part of the story is that the “grateful victim” made a point of stating that he didn’t believe in guns. Looks like a pansy-ass lib was saved by some good Americans.

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