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    Quote Originally Posted by walknotinfear View Post
    I don't have any issue with a full time, part time, volunteer or retired law enforcement officers being allowed to carry in every state. I personally don't care as long as they follow the rules set by the agency they are employed by and the state law. But I sure is heck would rather have a retired cop dealing with a deadly force situation than some 'Joe Dirt' thinking he is better than any cop because he can hit a paper target at 50 yards. Just my 2 cents.
    1) Does it strike anyone as surprising that someone taking the LE side of an argument couldn't think of a more respectful euphemism for "citizen" than "Dirt?" Serves to make my point about cops if you think about it.

    2) And the truly sad fact is that "Joe Dirt" is likely to not only hit a bad guy at an astoundingly higher rate than cops are, but they are literally five times less likely to injure or kill an innocent in the process. Statistics taken from a range of scientific studies proves this to be true. From that compilation of facts:

    Armed citizens kill more crooks than do the police. Citizens shoot and kill at least twice as many criminals as police do every year (1,527 to 606)(25). And readers of Newsweek learned that "only 2 percent of civilian shootings involved an innocent person mistakenly identified as a criminal. The ‘error rate’ for the police, however, was 11 percent, more than five times as high."(26)
    Joe "Dirt" is looking more qualified all the time to carry where cops should be denied that privilege, if we're going to consider rooting for denying the privilege to anyone that is, which true 2A advocates would never do, and folks arguing in favor of extra privileges for cops as manifested in LEOSA always do!

    3) Are cops really firing their sidearms at suspects from 50 yards away? No wonder they're five times as likely to injure or kill innocents!

    Pffft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluesStringer View Post
    1) Does it strike anyone as surprising that someone taking the LE side of an argument couldn't think of a more respectful euphemism for "citizen" than "Dirt?" Serves to make my point about cops if you think about it.

    2) And the truly sad fact is that "Joe Dirt" is likely to not only hit a bad guy at an astoundingly higher rate than cops are, but they are literally five times less likely to injure or kill an innocent in the process. Statistics taken from a range of scientific studies proves this to be true. From that compilation of facts:



    Joe "Dirt" is looking more qualified all the time to carry where cops should be denied that privilege, if we're going to consider rooting for denying the privilege to anyone that is, which true 2A advocates would never do, and folks arguing in favor of extra privileges for cops as manifested in LEOSA always do!

    3) Are cops really firing their sidearms at suspects from 50 yards away? No wonder they're five times as likely to injure or kill innocents!

    Pffft.

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    Yeah, cops are always superior shooters when compared to "Joe Dirt"

    An article FROM THIS VERY SITE discusses the superior training they encounter.
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    The average joe does not have nearly as many mis identified kills as a "well trained" LEO nor does the average joe have as many dog kills as the "well trained" LEO. But then again the "average joe" doesn't strap on an attitude with velcro every morning either just chomping at the bit to face plant the first person that pisses him off. What makes the average joe less dangerous than a "well trained" LEO...respect for life. Once the "well trained" LEO's suck down their testosterone laced coffee and snap those velcro magazine holders all hell breaks lose in their brains. Time to go bust down some doors (who cares if they are at the right location) and kill the first son of b i t c h that looks like they need a killin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walknotinfear View Post
    I don't have any issue with a full time, part time, volunteer or retired law enforcement officers being allowed to carry in every state. I personally don't care as long as they follow the rules set by the agency they are employed by and the state law. But I sure is heck would rather have a retired cop dealing with a deadly force situation than some 'Joe Dirt' thinking he is better than any cop because he can hit a paper target at 50 yards. Just my 2 cents.
    Hey pal...the last time a retired cop dealt with a deadly force situation was in a movie theater in Florida. Yeah man...he killed a guy that was texting, hey and he wasn't even driving. Now killin someone that is texting while driving...that is another conversation. But you know what the bad guy did to your precious retired cop? He threw popcorn at him. Yes...I can see why your precious retired cop had to kill a guy because he was texting his daughters baby sitter...makes perfect sense just like all of those good kills committed by active duty and retired cops. Who ya'll gonna kill next...the paper boy for missing your yard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluesStringer View Post
    1) Does it strike anyone as surprising that someone taking the LE side of an argument couldn't think of a more respectful euphemism for "citizen" than "Dirt?" Serves to make my point about cops if you think about it.

    2) And the truly sad fact is that "Joe Dirt" is likely to not only hit a bad guy at an astoundingly higher rate than cops are, but they are literally five times less likely to injure or kill an innocent in the process. Statistics taken from a range of scientific studies proves this to be true. From that compilation of facts:



    Joe "Dirt" is looking more qualified all the time to carry where cops should be denied that privilege, if we're going to consider rooting for denying the privilege to anyone that is, which true 2A advocates would never do, and folks arguing in favor of extra privileges for cops as manifested in LEOSA always do!

    3) Are cops really firing their sidearms at suspects from 50 yards away? No wonder they're five times as likely to injure or kill innocents!

    Pffft.

    Blues
    The following is "BLUE STRINGER" after a very minor encounter with a typical bad guy:

    After you have pissed and **** your pants, cried for mommy and dropped your gun to the ground in fear, the big bad guy picks up your gun and beats you to death with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duke7595 View Post
    The following is "BLUE STRINGER" after a very minor encounter with a typical bad guy:

    After you have pissed and **** your pants, cried for mommy and dropped your gun to the ground in fear, the big bad guy picks up your gun and beats you to death with it.
    OMG...are you a police officer too? What does pooping in ones pants smell like because I bet you have beaten a mess of bad guys until they pooped in their pants. Hey...do you have a badge that says "Barney" and do you carry at least one bullit in your pocket. Man...this is weird...I am actually talking with a real live policeman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duke7595 View Post
    The following is "BLUE STRINGER" after a very minor encounter with a typical bad guy:

    After you have pissed and **** your pants, cried for mommy and dropped your gun to the ground in fear, the big bad guy picks up your gun and beats you to death with it.
    Hmm....It seems the documented truth about what lousy marksmen cops are has hit a nerve with you. What ever shall I do?

    It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops, but mentally unstable retired cops is just pathetic. Is this you, duke?



    If that ain't you, you sure make it easy to imagine you as being that whacked-out. That's one of your retired cop-brethren. He shot and killed a young father because he was texting his babysitter to see how his kids were doing before a movie started inside a theater. Now you disclose your fantasies of my violent death. You're one sick swine. And why? Because I don't appreciate cops, ex-cops, or cop-wannabes or just cop badge-fluffers referring to citizens as "dirt," and I throw their BS right back in their face with documentation that cops are much worse shots and much more careless gun-handlers than the average concealed carrier.





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    Quote Originally Posted by duke7595 View Post
    The following is "BLUE STRINGER" after a very minor encounter with a typical bad guy:

    After you have pissed and **** your pants, cried for mommy and dropped your gun to the ground in fear, the big bad guy picks up your gun and beats you to death with it.
    Ahhh, your true colors shine through. Since you can't intelligibly reply to Blues, you berate him, mock him, jeer him, and ridicule him. How ignominious of you.

    Let me give you a bit of advice, the next time you interact with someone, think about the oath you took. When you wish death on someone, how in the world is that serving or protecting the people?

    That's right, that's just a catch phrase anymore since the Supreme Court has informed you that you no longer have a duty to protect anyone.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well armed lamb contesting the vote."
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf_fire View Post
    Ahhh, your true colors shine through. Since you can't intelligibly reply to Blues, you berate him, mock him, jeer him, and ridicule him. How ignominious of you.

    Let me give you a bit of advice, the next time you interact with someone, think about the oath you took. When you wish death on someone, how in the world is that serving or protecting the people?

    That's right, that's just a catch phrase anymore since the Supreme Court has informed you that you no longer have a duty to protect anyone.
    To "blue stinger" ringer or whatever:


    You are a big sissy w/ a "gun" fetish , you should not be allowed to carry a real one, so i did you a favor , you can purchase your own "Jr. G man badge w/ a real plastic gun, and plastic cuffs
    online. Now "wannabe" you can show all your little friends your new shinny toys and play make believe "cop" .
    Oh, and you can carry it anywhere in the U.S. just like the real cops do.

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