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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by Michael Goff, Feb 8, 2014.
Seems fair enough on the part of the gun owner.
I'm glad they arrested him. He forgot to put the
sign on his front lawn.
I chuckled... please let that be a joke. >_>
I'm just glad he didn't end up shooting. But what is wrong with people when they open up the door, see a girl scout, and then think 'gotta point a gun at her?
She and her "dad" were probably casing the joint.
Perhaps JW's get the shotgun???
So now we arrest gun owners for merely pointing their weapon at a kid who knocked on their door? It's not like he shot the kid or something.
Now? It has always been illegal to willy-nilly point a gun at someone. :|
Maybe next time she won't forget to bring the Thin Mints.
I shouldn't have laughed, but I did.
Its hard to say no to those little girls in the green and brown sashes, but buying Girl Scout cookies serves only to further facilitate a very liberal pro-abortion agenda.
The case will crumble.
That site is for the crazies.
He did something illegal.
Was the mix too dry?
Way too dry.
Just another scared gun owner who thinks that everything around them is a threat.
My sarcasm detector is...not having an easy time with this thread.
Mine shorted out a while back. I don't know who is being sarcastic and who isn't.
It's an error to mistake whit for sarcasm.
We love play on words around these parts, Partner.
Wrong instrument. Try using your ironometer.
And, thanks everyone for starting my day with a laugh -- definitely good for my health. When I saw the original article, my blood pressure started to go up. And, that might be why ironic humor was invented. [/PEDANTIC]
This is just a prediction on my part, but I don't think you're going to see much of a counter-argument from the firearm owners on here. Several have stated that you should not point a gun at anything that isn't a threat or that you wouldn't shoot. It seems obvious that you shouldn't point a gun at someone who rings the doorbell or knocks. If you don't feel safe answering, why not just not answer the door instead?
If nobody can knock on your door without a gun being pointed to their face, then maybe you shouldn't be able to possess a gun. Or maybe build a freaking moat around your home so nobody can reach your door. What that guy did is extremely ridiculous and irresponsible.
Not to be unpleasant...but I don't care a whit for your wit!
Ooohh, I'm going to get hurt now!
If we can shoot kids for carrying Skittles and iced tea, I don't see why we can't shoot kids carrying Thin Mints. What's the big deal here?