18 March 2009

Susan Gratia-Hupp


Crown-n-coke said...

That's one good thing about living in Indiana, I have a lifetime permit to carry, but if I carry a weapon on my person while working or company van where I need it the most, I would be fired if caught.

Greybeard said...

Gratia-Hupp's bit of wisdom from this incident was, "I'd rather be judged by 12 than carried and buried by 6."
I like that. From my ARMY days I learned one that also applies:
"Sometimes it's easier to ask forgiveness than to ask permission."
Stupid people make stupid rules.
It's our responsibility to break those rules while working to change them.

the golden horse said...

Does anyone really think gun control is going to take the guns away from the people committing the very crimes we need to protect ourselves from....not if you are sane.
This was a good video, too bad the people that need to see it, most likely won't, after all they know what's best for us, right?
Did you read the report on what happened in Australia after gun control, crime in some areas is up over 40%, yeah, that worked nicely didn't it?
Sometimes I have no patience for stupid people.

cj said...

Wow. That is one impressive woman. But, you can tell from the looks on their faces that those she was speaking to weren't listening.

Thanks, GB.


Crown-n-coke said...

yeah that's a good point GB back when we ran emergency service and I had to go into the worst parts of Indy in the middle of the night, I can't say that I followed my company's rules on that matter. Thank God we don't do on call service anymore, sucks for the customer though.

zylhuette said...

we must responsible for every act we do. With great power comes great responsibility that applies for everyone just like spiderman. what do you think will happen to the world???