Posted April 6, 2015 2:00 pm by Comments

By Robert Farago

Kenya University attack (courtesy ibtime.co.in)

Jonathan Wayne Taylor and I were sharing Cuban cigars at TTAG’s secret above-ground bunker (limestone dontchaknow), discussing civilian disarmament proponents’ perspective on armed self-defense. “They simply can’t imagine someone wanting to kill them,” JWT opined. “Because they couldn’t imagine doing it themselves.” Which is just as well, I supposed. The “I couldn’t kill anyone” perspective I mean. As for the idea that an attacker could be swayed by reason or simple compliance, that is one dangerous let’s-call-it-what-it-is fatal assumption. Check out this New York Times report on the most recent terrorist attack on Kenyan students . . …read more

Via:: Truth About Guns

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