Liberal AntiGun Zealots Would Never Understand
Original post made by Duke on Feb 3, 2013
You see, whenever anyone is showing signs of mental instability, the best option is to take them to a gun range and put a gun in their hands and tell them to have at it. Because, you see, truly, it's very therapeutic to put guns in the hands of people who are mentally unstable. It is, after all, our Second Amendment right.
That's why I subscribe to all the NRA literature. Because they give me such good advice. So, the next time you hear your neighbor talking about how he wants to slaughter some group of people, just take him to a gun range, put a gun in his hand, and let him have at it.
I'm certain the Founding Fathers would approve wholeheartedly.
on Feb 3, 2013 at 9:30 pm
Excuse me. Chris and Chad had some very serious distortions re: what might help the killer. Unfortunately, somebody didn't step in and put an end to this insanity before they were killed.
Ignorance can cost lives.
on Feb 3, 2013 at 9:32 pm
I dont know what training chris kyle had in Psychology or psychiatry but I don't think bringing somebody with PTSD from to being in a war zone Where guns and bombs are going off all around him To a firing range where people are shooting is really in that person 's best welfare. Chances are the suspect heard the firing and felt he was back in a war zone And In his mind was just defending himself.
on Feb 3, 2013 at 10:23 pm
Unfortunately, many gun enthusiasts seem to be blind to the fact that some people probably shouldn't be handling guns. Hence, we have the case of the Sandy Hook shooter, whose mother thought it was a good idea to place guns in his hands in order to teach him "responsibility", and the case of Kip Kinkel, an emotionally troubled teen who attempted to carry out a school massacre with a gun (Web Link). His parents bought him a 9mm Glock handgun at the age of 15 because they thought it would teach him "responsibility". They ended up paying for their mistake in judgement with their lives, just as former Navy SEAL paid for his mistaken judgement in going to a shooting range with a troubled PTSD ex-Marine with his life. Couldn't he have taken the troubled ex-Marine fishing instead? By what distorted logic does it make sense to take such an individual to a shooting range?
The former Navy SEAL's security company apparently has contracts with a number of public Texas schools to train armed security guards for them in the belief that armed security guards on school campuses will greatly reduce or eliminate the chances of a gun massacre like Sandy Hook. Anyone see the irony here? Despite being a highly skilled ex-military combat professional AND holding a loaded weapon, this ex-Navy SEAL couldn't even save his own life when surprised by a gun-wielding nut.