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The best law out of Raleigh in years.

The best law we have had come along in years, now we can shoot these low lifes when they try to take what's NOT theirs and it's legal.
The thing that gets me is all these crying hearts who think this is wrong, tell you what if you think it is all right for someone to take what you have worked for, and nothing be done about it, then please by all means, load all your stuff up and place it out by the road and then they can have it without anyone getting hurt.
As for me, I have worked for over 40 years for what I have and no low life crack head is going to get it without a fight, and the fight will be with my Glock.
Why is it that every time one of these low lifes get what they have coming, all of a sudden they are nothing but a super good person who made a simple mistake and it was wrong to shoot them.
Ask yourself how many murders HAVEN'T happen because the killer didn't want to break a "gun law".
Every law that keeps honest people from having a gun is nothing but a law to help the low lifes.
The state and the court system can't stop the increase in the crack heads and low lifes stealing every thing not nailed down, and some things that are, so finally we, the hard working honest people, have had enough and are fighting back.
Maybe if about a couple of hundred of these thiefs get killed, then maybe we can go back to the good old days when doors weren't locked at night and you didn't have to worry.
The only thing missing now is a state law that pays the shooter for saving the state a lot of money, lets see if the thief is caught, we have to feed them, free medical care, free meals, free lawyers, etc. so to make things right lets say:
shoot one and they live you get $100.00 tax credit.
shoot one and they push up daisies you get $2500.00 tax credit
this will make the state budget better off and make everone learn to shot better, hell a good shooter could make 20 grand a year.

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