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originally posted by: TKDRL
a reply to: truthseeker84
Insurance? It isn't about stuff, it's about outsiders invading that one place you are supposed to feel safe. That one place you are allowed any privacy. Once people enter someone elses' little world, all bets are off. It's good you are scared, you probably won't be breaking into anyone elses' house right? That fear should be instilled in every would be criminal as well.
As americans people know, that people are more likely armed than not. At least one of these fools knew for a fact considering he already stole guns, that he could be shot. Who cares if they did think he was gone? They still busted the window and entered someone elses' world. IT isn't as much about stuff as it is about making someone feel like they have no place safe, they have no privacy, people keep invading that privacy at their will.
originally posted by: truthseeker84
I am very sorry but I do not agree with your statement. In fact, I'm not even sure what you've said made any sense at all, from a moral stand point.
It's either him/her or you or your loved ones, one of you is going to die, then you pull the trigger.
End of story.
You don't get to kill people because it makes you feel more secure or make you feel better...
What in the world is wrong with people.... my goodness..
originally posted by: mymymy
a reply to: eNumbra
But if you shoot them, and they're lying on the ground bleeding and moaning and immobilized, how does that give you the right to reload and make sure they're dead? You accomplished stopping them, anything more is outright murder.
IMO I still wouldn't call what he did murder.
Two little screwballs lost their lives when they could have just learned a lesson.