Gun Toting, Bible Thumping Blogger Loses Reader!
“You can take your gun and shove it up your ass. (signed) A former reader”.
By Dell Hill
From The Mailbag:
like you scare me. I’ll never read this blog again, knowing that
people like you live in this country. I don’t care what you say, guns
kill people and the only way we’ll ever have a peaceful world is to take
all of the guns and melt them down. You can take your gun and shove it
up your ass. (signed) A former reader”.
Dear Former Reader,
just happened to notice this news story today. Perhaps it will help
you understand why people like me (militarily trained, law enforcement
trained and an advocate for the Second Amendment to our Constitution)
believe that my life, and the lives of my loved ones, is worth
protecting - to the death, if necessary.
“Police in Northfield, Vermont want residents to be wary of a high risk sex offender who was just released from state custody.
He is 39-year-old David Pecor.
Pecor was convicted of sexual assault and lewd and lascivious conduct with a child.
He did not complete sex offender treatment in prison and is listed by the corrections department as a high risk offender.
Pecor informed the state he'll be living in Northfield.”
is not too very far from my home. If this convicted sex offender -
whom the Corrections Department considers a “high risk offender” -
decides to re-offend at my house, he would be met with as much force as
is necessary to prevent that from happening. In this particular case, a
minimum of two very well placed, center-of-the-mass shots from a fully
loaded, 9 mm semi-automatic pistol that is almost always within arms
your house, I’m sorry to say, he would be successful. You would be
beaten, raped and possibly killed. At my house his life of heinous
crime would end.
your choice, really. I make my choice without hesitation because I
know how terribly flawed our judicial system is in releasing violent
criminals back into civilization. If such criminals are deemed mentally
ill, they should be legally confined until such time as they are fully
able to conform. Not released “early” or released because they have
“maxed out” their sentence. Their sentence should never end until their
“illness” has been treated and a panel of experts is willing to declare
they’re no longer a threat to re-offend. It’s simple; if they choose
not to be treated, they stay safely locked away until they have a change
sure that’s not what you wanted to hear, but that’s how it is in real
life. More importantly, that’s the way it is at my home, or wherever I
go, for that matter.
is the United States of America and I have the Right to protect myself
and my loved ones at all costs. You have the exact same option. Ignore
your Rights at your own peril.