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Former Arizona State Sen. Russell Pearce, “Where were the men of flight 93???? Someone should have stopped this man, “…All that was needed is one Courages/Brave man prepared mentally or otherwise to stop this it could have been done.”
Got that, citizens of Aurora? If only there had been a single brave man in that theater in the early morning hours on Friday, a lunatic clad in body armor with an assualt rifle, a shotgun and at least 1 glock, could have been felled.
Of course Pearce quickly clarified after being called on his less than compassionate Facebook post. “All I did was lament that so many people should be left disarmed and vulnerable by anti-gun rules that try to create a sense of safety by posting a sign that says ‘No Guns’, when the only real effect is to disarm everyone who could have saved lives.”
Of course Russ, we got it.
Let’s talk about brave men for a minute Russ. You know, not guys like you who talk the talk and expect others to walk the walk for you.
Like Michael Leach, an officer with the Parry Police Department in Wyoming County, New York. Michael, a trained law enforcement officer who, in a moment of tragic misjudgement, shot and killed his own son, thinking that he was an intruder.
Let’s ask him if he thinks that Joe Average Public would be less likely to make an horrific mistake in the quest to protect himself. (h/t msnbc.msn.com)
You’re living proof there really is no cure for stupid, Russ.