Paul Ebert

Friday, 20 June 2008

If someone holds you down so you cannot move and says, “I’m going to try to kill you,” and you know for a fact that he both means it and has the ability to do so, it’s your right—by common sense, all laws of nature, and 10,000 years of common law—to kill him in self-defense or for someone else to kill him to save your life.

Just saying.

In this particular situation he apparently didn’t mean it so much and, as in too many others, the woodpile is too tall for it to be a realistic solution. Too many men and women willing to just follow orders. When we get a genetic test for that I’ll sell my house to pay for the first 1,000 abortions. I mean that’s not murder, right. It’s society’s body. Society should have the right to choose.

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