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Wis. Sheriff Tells Residents to Learn How to Use a Gun: 911 is No Longer Your Best Option

USNbubblehead Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 11:25 PM
An old joke which adequately explains, I think: A state trooper pulls over an old woman on a Sunday afternoon for a broken taillight. As he takes her license and registration, he asks her some standard questions including" "Do you have any firearms ma'am?" He doesn't expect that she does. To his surprise she replies, "Well, theres my snub nose .38 in the glove box." The trooper ponders this, but decides to let it be. "Anything else, Ma'am?" ".357 under the seat." The officer is incredulous. "Alright lady, come clean, what else you got?" The lady looked sheepish. "Glock 21 in the center console, .380 PPK in my bra, and a 12 ga in the trunk." The trooper can't believe this. "Lady, what are you afraid of?" "Not a God-d-mned thing!"
MAVERICK ONE Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 1:46 AM
TYPICAL young hotdog super trooper. Bad dude back at the patrol barracks..He is the type that needs a multi-allpurpose ess whipping down at Fort Benning by the jump instructors----and some of the abn students

In gun control debates, gun rights advocates often invoke the saying, “when seconds count, the police are only minutes away,” to emphasize the absurdity and ineffectiveness of gun-free zones and the need for concealed carry in self-defense situations. Now, one Wisconsin sheriff is taking the adage seriously, telling residents they should take firearms classes because he ‘needs them in the game.’

In the radio ad, Clarke tells residents personal safety isn't a spectator sport anymore, and that "I need you in the game."

"With officers laid off and furloughed, simply calling 911 and waiting is no longer...