Sometimes humor can do more for an issue than any amount of logic, reason, sanity or any other argument. And no one does satirical humor like Monty Python. So when you find a good piece on 'stand your ground' laws using Monty Python, how can you resist?
In response to the growing trend of liberals using just about anything as an excuse to de-arm Americans comes this biting satire that I just had to share with you. It's an article by Attorney Evan Nappen, Esq., General Counsel and one of the five corporate Directors of Pro-Gun New Hampshire, Inc. (www.PGNH.org) and I found it on the Buckeye Firearms Association web site.
The new bill would impose a national duty to retreat at all times when one encounters a criminal threat or is about to become a victim of violent crime. New York City Mayor Bloomingidiot has made passage of the "TTR" a centerpiece of his national "Second Chance at Shoot First" campaign. The mayor heartily approved of TTR, especially since bodyguards of celebrities, VIP’s, and political figures were exempted.
When the President was asked about TTR at a recent press conference he expressed his eager support. He said "Great Britain has long banned self defense" and "Americans need to be brave, like Sir Robin." The President then quoted a passage from the classic British tale of Sir Robin:
"Brave Sir Robin ran away. Bravely ran away, away. When danger reared its ugly head, he bravely turned his tail and fled. Yes, brave Sir Robin turned about. And gallantly he chickened out. Bravely taking to his feet. He beat a very brave retreat. Bravest of the brave, Sir Robin!"
For those of you not familiar with Brave Sir Robin: