Wednesday, December 31, 2008

His Two and Her Gun

I like this woman.

If there were more like her, we’d all be safer.

Well, at least those of us who aren’t criminals would be.

Hat tip: Instapundit


Anonymous said...

In that the incident occurred in non-violent Berkley, I'm astonished she avoided being charged with assault with a deadly scissors or interference with a felony. She should prepare for the inevitable civil rights lawsuit from the perpetrator claiming his hand was injured when she deliberately hit it with her face. Moreover, how does a woman without a weapons permit get away with grabbing a man’s gun in broad daylight and then threatening him with it? Forsooth! I am supprised the media failed to condemn that emasculating “I’m Gonna Blow Your B!*#* Off” hate speech.

No justice, no peace said...

"The stupidest decision of my life"

If you like the story about the woman in Berkley, I think you'll find the story in the link above much more moving. Note the faces of the Congressman listening to her testimony.