Wednesday, April 09, 2014

And on the democratian/Winningham stupidity: a soldier in the room at Ft Hood speaks.

You knew that gun grabbers like the democratian and Winningham would use this tragedy for political proposes, rerunning the same nonsensical talking points as they did when that scumbag Hasan shot the place up, slaughtering the unarmed like sheep.

None of the leftists I've stumbled across have a fricking clue as to what the Army is.  All of those whining and sniveling here locally avoided serving their country, frequently pointing to others "they know" who served in the Army (or what ever) as if that gives them some level of expertise that enables them to speak authoritatively on the subject.

It doesn't.  I'm reminded of Jaime Herrera when she solemnly informed me that he 11 year absence from the area before Marc Boldt got her appointed to the State House, wherein she went to the UW, brought Cathy McMorris her coffee and went to parties was somehow "the same thing as being in the military."

It wasn't.

It's not.

Well, here's the response to those, like Winningham, walking through the blood of the victims to score political points.

My letter to Congress, read today at Texas Senate committee on Constitutional Carry. It is now public record. 
To my friends, fellow Texans, brothers in arms, members of the committee, and everyone within the sound of my voice, greetings. 
My name is First Lieutenant Patrick Cook of the 49th Transportation Battalion, Fort Hood, Texas, and this past Wednesday I found myself trapped in an enclosed room with fourteen of my fellow Soldiers, one of whom was barricading the door against a madman with a .45 pistol when he was fatally shot. Through what I can only describe as a miracle, he somehow found enough strength to continue pushing against that door until the shooter gave up and went elsewhere, at which time he collapsed. Nearly a week later, I can still taste his blood in my mouth from when I and my comrades breathed into his lungs for 20 long minutes while we waited for a response from the authorities. This Soldier’s name was Sergeant First Class Daniel Ferguson, and his sacrifice loaned me the rest of my life to tell this story. 
But I write to you today not to memorialize this brave Soldier, nor to tell a war story about how we made the best of a losing situation, but to express the part of that story that some in high positions of power clearly do not want told: I knew this was going to happen. I had been saying for five years that Fort Hood was a tinderbox of another massacre waiting to happen. It had to happen, because our betters failed to learn the obvious lesson of five years ago. Worse yet, I know it will happen again. More will die, more will be wounded, more families will be torn apart, needlessly. It happened again, and will happen again, because Fort Hood is a gun free zone. 
When the first shots rang out, my hand reached to my belt for something that wasn’t there. Something that could have put a stop to the bloodshed, could have made it merely an “ugly incident” instead of the horrific massacre that I will surely remember as the darkest twenty minutes of my life. Stripped of my God-given Right to arm myself, the only defensive posture I had left was to lie prostrate on the ground, and wait to die. As the shooter kicked at the door, I remember telling myself, “oh well, this is it.” It is beneath human dignity to experience the utter helplessness I felt that day. I cannot abide the thought that anyone should ever feel that again. 
At the point blank range at which this shooting occurred, anyone with an M9 and some basic instruction could have ended the mayhem as quickly as it began. An MP by trade and a CHL holder, I am convinced that concealed weapons would have stopped it, but openly carried side-arms, like the ones carried in a law enforcement capacity, could have prevented it entirely. Instead, many more died because of the fatally misguided restrictions on the carrying of arms, which obviously the madman did not respect. 
I shall conclude by restating my warning. This will happen again, and again until we learn the lesson that suppressing the bearing of arms doesn’t prevent horrific crimes, it invites them. To those of you who hold elected office, if you hear nothing else I have told you, hear this: you have the power to stop the next massacre from happening. You have an opportunity to restore the sacred Right to bear arms, which has been either stripped entirely or unjustly relegated to the poor substitute of a probationary, government-issued privilege. For God’s sake, do the right thing. 
Thank you for your attention, and good day.
None of those running around hysterically here locally know anything about what they're blathering about: none ever bothered to serve, particularly in the Army.

Believing the democratian's babble on this issue is as moronic as believing Lou Brancaccio when he lies about being non-partisan.

Winningham lies when she tells us:
I support the 2nd amendment - but not at the cost of needlessly increasing taxes with reckless legislation. 
 Anyone who says "I support the 2nd amendment[sic] - but?"

DOESN'T support the 2nd Amendment.

So, who are we to believe and believe in?

A fringe-left nutjob of a loser dem, desperate to TRY and get SOME traction in her failing campaign?

Or a soldier in the room who experienced it as it happened?

Seems like a no-brainer to me.

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