Monday, December 31, 2012

How To Start The Week Off Right...

Brad_in_MA sends in the Monday morning addition edition with this story out of, surprisingly, the home of Diane Feinstein, California.

3 wounded, one intruder dead in Sacramento home invasion
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) —Sacramento police are investigating a home invasion robbery on Haven Court that left one intruder dead and three others injured on Saturday.

Police have arrested Thomas Ordonaz, 21. He is charged with assault with a deadly weapon and accessory after the fact.

There were a grand total of four invaders, and it was a sleepover party. Dad managed to shoot all four invaders, one fatally - good shooting under stress there, Dad! That this happened in California, which has a US Senator actively seeking to severely restrict the tools we can all use to repel home invaders, makes it all the sweeter. It doesn't say what kind of firearm was used by the homeowner, but with four people shot I'm guessing it was a semi-automatic of some variant - the very kind Feinstein would like taken away from us.

Tell me, Senator Feinstein, what would you say to this father if one of of the children in his care had been taken by one of the invaders? What if the invaders decided to leave no witnesses and started shooting kids? Your evil and unconstitutional legislation will do nothing to take guns away from the criminals that kicked in this man's door, but will only take guns away from good, law-abiding, honest people. That's the wrong kind of legislation to pass.

At least, for now, we can still use the best tools possible for home defense.

Dead Goblin Count: 354

That is all.

1 comment:

Matthew Walker said...

What would DiFi say to the father? After she finished her happy dance, she'd compose herself and tell him she could help him feel safer if he just gave her a little more of his money and his rights. And then a little more.

You're asking yourself what you say to a grieving father when his grief is your fault. She thinks in terms of what you say to a frightened subject when you've succeeded in keeping him scared.