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Discussion in '2008 Archive' started by James_Newman, May 2, 2007.
AMEN !!!! :applause:
While I grieve for the loss of life, I praise God for her actions in defending herself and I praise God for the second amendment. Perhaps, her bravery will rub off on some of the men in America.
This is just horrible. This girl should have turned the other cheek and loved her enemies. She had no business with a gun that takes life and kills people. This girl should be appropriately punished. The lives of those undocumented workers were just as valuable as her own and she should not have taken their lives. I dare say she was probably motivated by racism. There is a good chance this girl is a racist and wanted undocumented workers who were just looking to feed themselves dead. When are we going to do something about the loose use of guns and overwhelming racism in this country?
While the invaders risked this very thing happening, I am appalled that you would applaud someone's death. Burglary isn't a capital crime. I am not surprised this happened, but the death of someone is no reason to rejoice.
I agree these were just undocumented workers probably just looking for food. She should have jsut given them what they wanted and it would have been ok.
I said nothing about undocumented workers. What a convoluted and twisted conclusion.
Just looking for food? I'm not sure where you're getting that from.
If they were looking for food, what were they doing breaking through the front door?
Burglary isn't, but cold-blooded murder is.
And I am not suprised at your response.
This guy killed someone, took his gun, and broke into a home. Whether or not they knew this girl was home or not, I don't know, but what I do know is a law-abiding citizen fixed it so they would kill nobody again. This girl did not wait to find out if they had something horrible in mind for her, she protected herself. That's what I'm applauding. I like this story. It is reason to rejoice.
This poor child will spend the rest of her life with the memory of seeing two human beings die in front of her. Justified or not, it is must have been horrible for her.
No doubt. She will likely need some counselling after such an experience, especially knowing that she pulled the trigger, like you said, justified or not.
All very true, but whatever trauma she does suffer, the alternative would have been much, much worse. She did the right thing, and hopefully she has good Christian fellowship & support.
I can put myself in her shoes, thru my kid. I can imagine sitting with that shotgun at the ready was absolutely the last thing she wanted to do.
This little girl is my hero.
Just think how different things would have turned out at Virginia Tech if this brave girl and her shotgun had been in the dorm hall when the first murder occured...
Would you turn the if somene had broke into your house and was about tohurt you wife and child? I believe that we need to turn the other cheek, but not when your life is in danger. The young lady had no way of knowing whether the people invading here hoe would hurt here or not.
Faithgirl, he's being sarcastic. He's on our side, here.
I had no way of knowing that.
2 Timothy 2:1-4 has the gift of sarcasm.
I applaud this girls bravery. It might be more difficult to do what she did than many might think. I'm just sorry that she had to do this justifiable act, since she will have to live with these images the rest of her life. Please don't misunderstand my meaning, she did the right thing.
Oops, wrong house.
At least one of those men was a already a murderer, so good riddance.
I wonder what that first [racist comment deleted] thought when that load of hot buckshot slammed into his "abdomen and genitals".
dont feel bad, faithgirl, I was about to start clawin' at him too lol