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September 7, 2006

Dial 911 and Die

Posted by Dave Blount at September 7, 2006 9:31 PM

The way the Democratic Party, mainstream media, ACLU, et al. block the War on Terror at every turn, you have to ask yourself: doesn't the Left think we have a right to defend ourselves? The answer is definitely not, as can be seen by the nature of the moonbattery with which they have been replacing justice.

In Norfolk, England, burglars kept coming back again and again to loot farmer Tony Martin's property. When he finally waited up with a shotgun and let them have it, he was convicted of murder.

In Brooklyn, Ronald Dixon wounded an intruder he caught rifling through drawers in his son's room. The crook turned out to have a 14-page rap sheet. Now Dixon has a rap sheet himself: he was charged with illegal possession of a firearm due to a technicality and thrown in the same jail as the burglar.

In Florida, 71-year-old Melvin Spaulding was arrested for attempted murder after he shot one of the thugs who was beating his 63-year-old neighbor in front of his home.

In an attempt to put an end to this lunacy, Florida Governor Jeb Bush signed a bill that takes the radical step of explicitly legalizing self-defense. Other states have been following suit.

Unsurprisingly, moonbats are outraged. For example, the site License to Murder is devoted to obliterating the distinction between self-defense and murder. The difference is slim to begin with — from the point of view of a political persuasion that can't tell terrorists from freedom fighters.

So if we can't defend ourselves, just what are we supposed to do when attacked? Simple:

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On a tip from V the K.