Thursday, August 11, 2011

Hey, Canada: that's not a bug,

it's a basic and very important feature, you jackass.
“But that has to be balanced. You don’t have a right to just attack someone because they broke into your house. This is not the U.S.A. where your home is your castle and you have carte blanche once an intruder is inside your house.”

Speaking of which, Alphecca responds to the minions of the PROM:

Unlike in the United States, the UK has strict gun licensing laws that rank among the toughest gun control laws in the world. Further, most British policemen do not carry firearms in the course of their duties and need special permission to do so. The result is that while many people have been beaten and demand for baseball bats for personal protection has gone through the roof in England, there’s only been minimal gun violence.

Not to mention that half the cities are on fire, buildings destroyed, cars destroyed . . .

Other than that, gun control there has been a wonderful success.

1 comment:

Windy Wilson said...

You left out knife attacks and the discovery of the new "knife culture", and, what do they call it, the "Glasgow Smile?"
But thank God nobody is getting shot, because that means somebody could really get hurt!