Exactly. I would do the same if law enforcement was overwhelmed and there were looters gathered around our business.Just people protecting their livelihood from otherwise guaranteed theft
That does not strain credibility at all; our whole "social safety net" system is based on that principle that it is okay for the gov to take from those that have and give to those that don't (or say they need it). It is in principle theft.Incredulous as it may seem, there are people who think they deserve to have some of what's yours, without having to earn it.
"Is that a dude defending his business or a nut job on the roof with a gun?"
I agree with you completely however the OP said 'nut job' and was probably equating that to him maybe being a criminal 'shooter' as opposed to someone protecting their property.*Calling me a GUN NUT really p1sses me off. Liking guns is not a sign of mental illness no matter what the gun grabbers say. I am a FIREARMS ENTHUSIAST,
I took it as someone protecting their business just by LOOKING at the picture.
I could not get it to load right. I do SEE the ONE picture but I don't see the exact story or HEAR anything.2 rather callous observations.
1 . He has no cover, or visible support. So it's a good thing for the long gun roof dude that no one had the ability to return fire.
2. I hear children. Bringing your kids out looting seems like bad parenting to me. But , if you came that far for school shoes,put them on point. Those defenders might hesitate before engaging, surrendering the tactical initiative.
They call that reparations in some circles. Like the Chicago Loop. That's kind of a circle.Exactly. I would do the same if law enforcement was overwhelmed and there were looters gathered around our business.
Incredulous as it may seem, there are people who think they deserve to have some of what's yours, without having to earn it.