Monday, August 24, 2009

Anti Gun N. C. State State Senator Shoots A Home Invader

North Carolina State Senator R.C. Soles, 74, the longest-serving lawmaker in the General Assembly, shot an intruder as he tried to break into his home Sunday. He shot 22-year-old Thomas Kyle Blackburn in the leg as Blackburn and another man allegedly tried to break down his door. They apparently were both legal clients of the senator.

The Senator, who has made a career of being against guns for you and me, didn't hesitate to defend himself with his own gun when he believed he was in immediate danger, and was the victim of a crime against himself.

In typical hypocritical liberal fashion, the "Do as I say and not as I do" anti gun Democrat picked up his gun and took action in what apparently was a self defense shooting, something he doesn't want you be able to do.

His life and personal safety must be be far more valuable than yours or mine.
But, this is to be expected from those who believe they can run our lives, raise our kids, and protect our families better than we can.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

This guy gets an A from the NRA. So exactly what ARE you talking about?

Anonymous said...

And what exactly are you talking about Mr. Anonymous ?

jgh said...

Grass Roots north Carolina checked his gun votes. He didn't get a zero, but got one star out of four possible. The gun owners of North Carolina know him best.

See http://grnc.org/remember_november/nc_senate_race.htm

Anonymous said...

Just sayin' the NRA likes him. Guess they're wrong.

Crewton Ramone's Blog Of Math said...

Many lawmakers have a "do as I say not as I do" attitude. We are become bad parents ourselves because, like it or not, our Government is made up of us. We let them do what they do. At last Americans are beginning to wake up to the fact self government requires more than going to vote every four years or so...thanks for exposing this. The hypocrisy seems never ending...

Anonymous said...

The NRA is a joke try GOA. If this guy was truely anti-gun as the article insists then it only proves one thing about his mind set. Anti-gun is not about being civilized, it's not about the safety of the public. It's about disarming us so that we can't protect ourselves from them!

Anonymous said...

Anybody able to reference specifics on why Soles is considered anti gun? Kinda curious the disparity between his 'A' NRA rating, the 60%+ agreement with GRNC - and this 'anti-gun' claim being made. Any factual references at all, or are we just hot air and rumors here?

Anonymous said...

Most likely a Zionist Jew writing newspaper propaganda.

PSUSA said...

I can find no evidence that he is anti-gun. But it seems that he does like little boys and wants to know them in the biblical sense of the word.

And there is more corruption.

http://surrealworld.wordpress.com/2009/08/25/heres-an-odd-story-n-c-state-state-senator-shoots-a-home-invader/

Rambo said...

I would prefer to defend myself and family than be victimized by intruders. Perhaps the politician should have known how to handle himself in hand to hand combat so he could have killed him with his bare hands instead of shooting him?

Rambo said...

I would prefer to defend myself and family than be victimized by intruders.Perhaps the politician should have known how to handle himseld in hand to hand combat so he could have killed him with his bare hands instead of inflicting aa minor gunshot wound.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Senator for exercising your 2nd ammendment. You have proved that actions speak louder than words.
Case closed. I am keeping my hand gun.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if the intruders thought the Senator wasn't possessing a gun, therefore making the Senator an easy target for a robbery. Think about it. Maybe they knew that since the Senator was an ANTI-Gun advocate, then perhaps they thought he wasn't carrying a gun, thus making him an easy target. Thus making a good argument for gun ownership. If the robbers think that you may own a gun, then perhaps they will take up another career. :-)

Anonymous said...

Where anywhere in any story posted so far, does anyone except the Senator's attorney say it was self-defense. And use some common sense, if it WAS self defense, whay did he plead guilty before trial came to verdict? Self defense as his attorney described it should be obvious to the jury. Why wasn't it, then? What information are we NOT hearing?

Anonymous said...

This post is still up?

Everything true except for the anti-gun part = NRA, GRNC have both stated that he's been pretty pro-2nd.

His voting history also show he's always been pro-2nd. This post tries to score points that aren't needed.