“Are we all supposed to carry around guns now?”

Here’s a guy who has filed a $10M lawsuit against his local police department, because they didn’t prevent him from getting shot. No, no, I know what you’re thinking – “the police aren’t obligated to protect individuals,” and all that. True. But this guy…well, read the story.

Money quote right here, demonstrating that even five rounds in the center of mass don’t always get the point across:

“You’re supposed to run into a police station, and they’re supposed to help you,” Gerdak said. “If they can’t help you, then what? Are we all supposed to carry around guns now? I feel like nobody’s protected.”

Well, it’s up to you, Bubba. But you might want to at least consider the idea because you did get one thing right. Nobody’s protected. At least nobody in our political class.

H/T to Codrea, king of the “only one” story.

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2 Responses to “Are we all supposed to carry around guns now?”

  1. Weetabix says:

    Fairfax County. That says it all. Harumph.

    They’re one of the most bureaucratic, control-the-people, over-regulated, worthless counties in the country. I’m sure the guy’s not allowed to carry a gun.

  2. GunRights4US says:

    The serve and protect! What a sick joke that slogan is. A more accurate phrase would be “to harass and enslave”.

    Police are the standing army that the founders feared.

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