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This is a discussion on Let's see if they take the bait... within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I saw a link online to a site called "License to Murder" ( licensetomurder.com ), which is an anti-gun group similar to the Gun Guys ...
I saw a link online to a site called "License to Murder" (licensetomurder.com), which is an anti-gun group similar to the Gun Guys (gunguys.com). They believe that the NRA is pushing a free "license to murder" people simply because they "feel threatened". Now, after about 2 minutes of reading this crap I just had to find out how far into themselves and stupid they really are, so I Emailed them. I played stupid, just to see what their reaction is. Full, verifiable Email below. (Moderators: If this isn't the appropriate forum to put this in, please move it. NOTE: This message has been digitally signed twice. Once originally, the second time because I removed my name/Email addresses.)
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Subject: Question about your FAQ
From: "Xxxxx Xxxxxxx" <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, July 30, 2006 8:06 am
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I was reading the FAQ on your site and am now a little confused. One
of the examples that you gave was: "If a someone accidentally shot a
child because they thought an unarmed man was threatening them, this
law would allow them to walk away free and clear." What about
negligent homicide or negligent aggrivated assault? Wouldn't the
parents/family of the child be able to file suit against the person
and wouldn't he still be criminally liable? Are these laws
completely pre-empted by the currently-sponsored "License to Murder"?
I didn't find the answer on your site, that's why I'm asking.
Also, I'm puzzled on the news examples given on your site about the
"License to Murder". These guys were obviously in the criminals
because there was no eminent threat of bodily harm or death as the
people were leaving and they _chased_ the people before they shot
them. Truthfully, I have only heard about the case in Arizona (where
I live) but the others I have never heard of in the news. How does
the "License to Murder" correlate to things like all the ATM
robberies, home invasions or carjackings that I'm hearing about in
the news all the time?
Thanks in advance!
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Please keep us informed on the reply that you receive.
You probably should have dumbed it down more. I bet they might see through it and not reply. Either way, their response should be interesting. :)
I went on that site, for about 5 minutes, enough for me. All the instances they cited, to further their cause, we're criminals, not licensed CCW'ers. The one that really got me was the instance, where the guy chased another, a block then stabbed him to death, please. Not something I or other responsible gun owners would do, we don't look for problems, like they want other sheep to believe, not to mention the shots, they took at the NRA. When someone, from the gun community, says something, we back it up with facts and the sheep don't believe it. When people like this flap their gums, no facts needed, they just line up and get on the anti bandwagon. Sorry I'll get off my soapbox now, it will be interesting, if they reply back. Besides, my gun is scratching at the door and wants to go for a walk.
If you want a battle of the wit's, please come armed.
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Well no response yet. I'm guessing because it's Sunday, so the response (if any) will probably come tomorrow. But ya, I'm very interested in their response, too.
The people who run these sites and truly believe in the nonsense and rhetoric they expunge wouldn't know common sense if it walked up and slapped them in the face.
They get so caught up with spouting off this garbage and waste so much of their resources doing it whereas putting that same time and effort into the real issues with criminals, terrorists, and the laws they ALREADY DO NOT ADHERE TO, they could make a real difference.
"You've never lived until you've almost died. For those who fight for it, life has a flavor the protected will never know" - T.R.
<----My LT was unhappy that I did not have my PASS-Tag at that fire. But I found the body so he said he would overlook it. :)
These sites and the people who comment on them make me sick to my stomach. All they talk about is how guns and the people who owned them are evil. They never talk about people who commit crimes with fists, knives, bats etc.. He has a gun he must be evil blah blah blah just shut-up already. I'm a Gun Owner, CCW & OPOTC and that's the bottom line cause Al said so. There is no way that's gonna change just like them I'm stuck in my ways.
It comes a time in your life when you run across someone you should have never @#$$% with. Allow me to introduce myself!