This is the type of Stooopidity that passes for “journalism” down here in
Palm Beach County Manhattan South. His name is Frank Cerabino (He’s quick to point out that it’s pronounced Cher-a-been-o, or some shit like that) and he is the epitome of the old Marine adage about Canoe U grads. They’re either the smartest, most honorable and best leaders you will have the honor to serve under, or they are the dumbest self serving hypocritical pieces of shit you’ll ever scrape off the bottom of your boot. Chubby graduated the Prick Factory in ’77, at the height of the militaries decline. With junior officers like him it’s a miracle the naval service survived at all. Now, on to the buillshittery.
In war zones, shooters must use restraint: In Florida, fire away!
And he starts off strong out the gate with sarcasm AND condescension! A real multitasker this one I tells ya.
Here’s a simple observation.
You’re an arrogant twat flap. But we already knew that so please do continue, I’m all a twitter with anticipation.
Florida residents with gun permits shouldn’t be encouraged to use their weapons more carelessly than U.S. troops in war zones.
What is this “gun permit” to which you refer? If you mean the concealed weapons license issued to over 900,000 law abiding citizens then I need to re-read my instructors manual, because I totally missed the block of instruction where I was to encourage my students to carelessly use their weapons. Damn, I sure hope I don’t owe my students any refunds.
Maybe that’s something to consider when the state reviews its 2005 stand-your-ground gun law, which allows the nearly 900,000 concealed weapons permit holders in Florida to use lethal force in public confrontations if they feel they are in danger of “great bodily harm” or death.
Actually it allows ALL law abiding citizens that right cuntmiffin, but seeing as you have such a raging erection for all the evil gun toters here in the “Gunshine State”, I can see where you could be easily confused. Well that and the fact you’re a dumbass.
And what’s with the quotation marks” around great bodily harm? Do you think that permanent disfigurement or disability is a snide joke or something? C’mon over ol’ buddy ol’ pal and let me crack a few jokes with ya.
One of those permit holders, Sanford neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, is invoking the state law in hopes of exonerating his actions seven weeks ago when he shot and killed an unarmed 17-year-old, Trayvon Martin, during a street confrontation.
He is? And you know this how? I ask because I haven’t heard anything from Zimmerman about it. It’s almost as if he’s been in hiding or something. Sort of like a bunch of irresponsible, rating whore, “journalists ” have been busy lying, jumping to conclusions, and persecuting him without all the facts just to push an agenda, all the way until a bunch of commie racists put a hit out on him. Nah, that can’t be it. Just another one of those unsolved mysteries I guess.
“You’ve got a radical law in Florida,” said Jon Soltz, the chairman of VoteVets.org, a political action group of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans.
Yes, that Jon Soltz. Those of you who know the name can stop rolling your eyes, you didn’t really expect a liberal asshat to consult Davbid Bellavia or Gunny Popaditch now didja? Those who don’t know Soltz, grab a beer and look at his impressive resume of megadouchebaggery here.
Soltz hadn’t been aware of Florida’s stand-your-ground law until the
Martin killingThink Progress and MoRon.org told him to start parroting the talking points.- fixed it for ya Chubby, no need to thank me, just doing the job your editors won’t – crunch
And Soltz, who has completed two combat tours in Iraq as an Army officer, said it surprised him that Florida would have such a reckless gun law.
“It’s ironic to people in the military,” Soltz said. “The bottom line is that the law in Florida provides more protection to the shooter than the military’s rules of engagement do.”
First off, Soltz does not now, and never has, spoke for anyone in the military other than the half a dozen or so REMF’s in your lefty sham “veteran” organization. Secondly, there is an ironic truth in that statement and it ain’t what Soltz or Chubby is getting at. Maybe the DoD needs to take a real good look at Florida’s use of force statute. It might learn a thing or two.
Soltz said the military is especially cognizant of the problems that the rash use of lethal force presents in a war zone.
“The rules of engagement are there because you can’t just blow people away,” he said. “You kill the wrong person and it’s on the nightly news.
Gee, that would NEVER happen here! Not with our esteemed
Fourth Estate Fifth Column populated by erstwhile propagators of journalistic integrity as Frank Chubby it won’t!
“That’s the issue we had with civilian contractors,” he said. “They were walking around Iraq with weapons and killing people, and it was hurting us.”
Still beating that dead Blackwater horse ain’t ya. I guess penis envy never really does go away.
To minimize needless killing of civilians in war zones, the military uses a system of graduated force, he said.
“You don’t just shoot because you think your life’s in danger,” Soltz said.
If you’re approached by somebody in what may be a potentially hostile situation, you shout a warning to stop. If that doesn’t work, you show the person your weapon. If that doesn’t work, you physically restrain or shove the person. If that doesn’t work, you fire your weapon, first as a warning shot, then to kill if necessary.
I’ll just let that steaming pile of shit ferment awhile.
The graduated level of force is known as the “4 S’s”: Shout. Show. Shove. Shoot.
There are a lot of “S’s” there alright, and they are all preceded by Bull.
Compare that with Florida’s law, in which there’s no stated requirement for the gun owner to use his or her gun prudently.
Florida’s law can be boiled down to just 2 S’s:
And your IQ can be boiled down to just two digits. What a cuntmuffin.