Trib continues with this gem, the Flanzer case illustrates how tortured such logic has always been concerning mental illness and guns. In the national debate over gun violence and safety, there are plenty more reasonable questions to ask than how mentally stable an individual must be to own a weapon. How about this one, for starters: How many guns does one individual need, for the purposes of self-defense or amusement, before being required to qualify for some kind of collector’s or dealer’s license? More than one for each hand?
I own several firearms for an assortment of reasons, some for concealable carry reasons, some for firepower reasons, all for self protection from someone like a "Ryan Flanzer": According to officers, at 12:10 p.m. on Saturday May 5th, 2018 Ryan M. Flanzer, 25, arrived at 1350 Main St. wearing a tactical vest and a badge. He identified himself as a process server and was allowed entry to the third floor. Once on the third floor, Flanzer allegedly fired several rounds into the door of Apartment 305 and fled the scene. Perhaps the bed-wetting liberals that make up The Herald-Tribune Editorial Board" will offer some life saving advice as to what to do when you are the subject of a home invasion and the thugs are coming through the front door, do I cal 911 and wait, or do I pick up my .40 caliber Smith & Wesson and protect myself and my family.
UPDATE THURSDAY 4:00 PM, Another bed wetting liberal pipes up. USA Today hit for op-ed claiming it was ‘terrifying’ that Texas churchgoers were armed, Arizona Republic columnist Elvia Diaz found problems with the situation. “We know nothing about the at least six other parishioners who also appeared to draw their handgun… and that's terrifying,” Diaz wrote. OMG, "God please protect us from the bed wetting liberals, if they have it there way we will all end up dead".
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