Quote of the day—David Hardy

Therefore be it enacted:

I. Limitation on Use of Force in Self-Defense.

A. The victim of attempted murder, rape, robbery or other violent offense is not justified in using force to resist unless the said victim is unable to retreat from the person attempting the violent offence.

B. A person attempting to prevent the commission of murder, rape, robbery or other violent offense against another person is not justified unless the victim is unable to retreat from the person attempting the violent offense.

C. This Act shall be entitled “The Violent Criminals’ Protection Act of 2013.”

David Hardy
September 5, 2013
“No retreat” law repeal
[Hardy is a very pro-gun lawyer who has written (or ghost-written) many briefs on firearms cases for the Supreme Court. The above is him mocking the anti-gun people.

There is more at the post that is worthy of your time. It gives you a great deal of clarity into the apparent mindset of those who oppose “Stand your ground” laws.—Joe]

3 thoughts on “Quote of the day—David Hardy

  1. Is this satire? Please tell me this is an effin’ joke, and that they’re not actually trying to enact laws to protect those who break the laws in the first place?!?

  2. I am at present somewhat dimensionally challenged , working on it, so by physical nature and philosophical bent I am am really poorly outfitted for the entire runaway thing. So anyone hoping to invest me with robbery or violence can be certain of being ventilated in the process. Regardless of what the law may state. Fair warning we give no quarter.

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