28 October 2008

A Great Question: 'When Did Self Defense Become Morally Wrong?'

David Codrea, author of the War On Guns blog, has an excellent column today at Examiner.com. Titled, "When did self defense become morally wrong?" his piece looks at how Americans -- when analyzing ahead of time their choices if faced with a threat upon their very lives -- have no one to turn to except themselves.

"You can't pass this off on your neighbor who has time for these kinds of things. You can't hire someone to come out and do this for you. You can't elect someone to represent you on the green. You must make a choice, and then you must act upon it."
A good read, and one worth passing on. Nicely written David!

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