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Gun Control And Terrorist With Guns

Apr 22

Written by: Del Meyer
04/22/2016 4:42 AM 

Dr. Rosen:      One item in the whole gun control debate which is never mentioned: If several of the people in the homosexual club in Orlando had had a gun, Mantel would surely have been killed after he killed several of the Gays and Lesbians present. Gun ownership may have saved thirty or forty lives.

Dr. Edwards:  Mantel had visited the club on several occasions. He had noted the sign “No Guns  Allowed.” This, of course made it safe for him to return with his gun.

Dr. Milton:      It’s the old saying, “If you outlaw guns, only the outlaws will have guns.”

Dr. Ruth:        Where would they get them?

Dr. Milton:      Outlaws and criminals know where to get them.

Dr. Michelle:   I guess that makes sense. Why would outlaws follow the law?

Dr. Yancy:      If I’d been there, I would have played dead like so many of them did. If I had a gun, I would be ready when he passed my table.

Dr. Sam:         I wouldn’t have waited that long. I’d be the one in the bath room blasted him as he came in.

Dr. Dave:        If I’d had been hiding under a table, I would have gotten off two rounds into his knees. That makes a guy quite disabled. Once he was disabled, I would have emptied my magazine from his genitals to his face.

Dr. Sam:         That sounds like good retribution. If he dropped his gun, I would have kept him at bay while I called 911. That would have given him a lot to think about for the next 30 years in prison.

Dr. Kaleb:       Why put him in prison? That would involve the expense of a trial. These liberal judges would probably rule that he had a tough life and should not be held responsible.

Dr. Patricia:   Boy, you guys are really mean.

Dr. Joseph, Ret: I’d be more humane. I would just put a bullet through his eyes. He’d then be dead and on the way to his maker.

Dr. Thomas:   You mean on that wide road to the furnace?

Dr. Richard:   I understand it gets hot down there and you never burn up. Rather like Shadrack, Meshak and Abednigo who endured the intense heat of the furnace. When they failed to be burned, king Nebuchadnezzar sent his men to increase the heat, they died instead.

Dr. Thomas:   That would make Iraq at 128 degrees seem pleasant.

Dr Sam:          Eternity is a very long time. It would certainly make a 30 year prison term seem like an overnight stay.

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