Well, I would surely hope not.

From today’s Houston Chronicle:

 Houston carjacking victim may not face charges for shooting attackers

Well why in the blue fuck should the dude face charges? I’m sure there are those who would say the man was in no danger, but while that may be true, I think that shouldn’t matter when it’s all said and done. Why?

Because he ultimately did the city of Houston and Texas taxpayers a favor. To paraphrase a comment on a story I saw once, if you’re the kind of person who would walk to somebody and pull a gun on them to steal their car, then you don’t belong on this earth. I mean, sure, putting people like that behind bars and keeping them there would be a perfectly acceptable solution (if, of course, we ever actually did that), but shooting them dead in the act is even better. Perhaps if that got to be the norm, this sort of thing wouldn’t happen as often as it does. Not having to feed and water those monsters for the rest of their days would just be an added bonus.

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2 Responses to “Well, I would surely hope not.”

  1. 3boxesofbs Says:

    That headline should read “Carjacking victim may not get reward for shooting attackers. Agency officials are debating it since he left one alive and getting rid of vermin is every citizen’s responsibility”

    I think the decent people of the country are really starting to get tired of being viewed as prey for these thugs. The number of firearms being purchased, permits applied for and increased frequency of coverage of stories like this all back up that perception.

  2. southtexaspistolero Says:

    That headline should read “Carjacking victim may not get reward for shooting attackers. Agency officials are debating it since he left one alive and getting rid of vermin is every citizen’s responsibility”

    ROTFLMAO. I love that.

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