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12-Year-Old Defends Herself with Gun, Proves Need of 2nd Amendment

kjohns2001 Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 3:40 AM
While I can agree, to a point, with how you handled your wife and daughter wanting to learn to shoot, telling them to consider everyone they meet as someone they might have to kill is too much. And reinforcing that by asking them over and over if they have thought about killing a person is probably not helping. I have asked people to think on whether or not they could take a life IN DEFENSE OF THEIR OWN when asked for advice or training, but I limit it to criminals only. And I would never dream of asking ANYONE if they had thought of killing someone, not even a criminal, after that first time, to me that smacks of mental abuse. I wonder how you would feel if you were required to go through this yourself?

As the left continues to advocate for further restrictions on the Second Amendment, others are using it to save their lives.

This past Wednesday a young 12-year old girl in Bryan County, Oklahoma was able to protect her life when an intruder kicked in her back door and entered her house. Frantically, she called her mother who advised her to grab their household gun, hide in the closet, and call 911.

The intruder made his way through the house, and as he was opening the door of the closet, the young girl shot him through the closet door. The intruder...