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Sep 17, 2013 09:56:01   #
The Cracker
 
This post is not aimed at the shooter, the victims or even the twits who want to jump on the anti-gun bandwagon.

This is a post giving thanks to the emergency responders which ran to the sound of the gun - not away from it.

I am of course talking about the armed responders first then the support responders last.

First were the police, federal officers, military police etc. You saw them... Police cars racing to the scene of the shooter with the intent to end the carnage. Little thought for their safety, the trials of their families if they themselves were killed in the line of duty. We have seen this over and over, again and again.

Second we should appreciate the efforts of the medical teams which also rushed to the scene, putting their training to immediate use as they helped stabilize the horribly wounded.

Yes! While all those without any defense and threatened with death were rushing from the terror, our hero's were mentally prepared and equipped to put down the shooter (or shooters) and it was they, who were rushing into the danger.

Once again we have seen action from the brave -- and will now be bombarded with worthless words from the cowards.

We should be proud of our brave, and very careful not to celebrate the cowards.

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Sep 17, 2013 11:18:03   #
Inyourface Loc: East Coast
 
The Cracker wrote:
This post is not aimed at the shooter, the victims or even the twits who want to jump on the anti-gun bandwagon.

This is a post giving thanks to the emergency responders which ran to the sound of the gun - not away from it.

I am of course talking about the armed responders first then the support responders last.

First were the police, federal officers, military police etc. You saw them... Police cars racing to the scene of the shooter with the intent to end the carnage. Little thought for their safety, the trials of their families if they themselves were killed in the line of duty. We have seen this over and over, again and again.

Second we should appreciate the efforts of the medical teams which also rushed to the scene, putting their training to immediate use as they helped stabilize the horribly wounded.

Yes! While all those without any defense and threatened with death were rushing from the terror, our hero's were mentally prepared and equipped to put down the shooter (or shooters) and it was they, who were rushing into the danger.

Once again we have seen action from the brave -- and will now be bombarded with worthless words from the cowards.

We should be proud of our brave, and very careful not to celebrate the cowards.
This post is not aimed at the shooter, the victims... (show quote)


Just as long as they don't join Unions and want to get paid. You know like the fireman in Arizona.

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Sep 17, 2013 11:31:57   #
Not-a-RINO Loc: Michigan
 
The Cracker wrote:
This post is not aimed at the shooter, the victims or even the twits who want to jump on the anti-gun bandwagon.

This is a post giving thanks to the emergency responders which ran to the sound of the gun - not away from it.

I am of course talking about the armed responders first then the support responders last.

First were the police, federal officers, military police etc. You saw them... Police cars racing to the scene of the shooter with the intent to end the carnage. Little thought for their safety, the trials of their families if they themselves were killed in the line of duty. We have seen this over and over, again and again.

Second we should appreciate the efforts of the medical teams which also rushed to the scene, putting their training to immediate use as they helped stabilize the horribly wounded.

Yes! While all those without any defense and threatened with death were rushing from the terror, our hero's were mentally prepared and equipped to put down the shooter (or shooters) and it was they, who were rushing into the danger.

Once again we have seen action from the brave -- and will now be bombarded with worthless words from the cowards.

We should be proud of our brave, and very careful not to celebrate the cowards.
This post is not aimed at the shooter, the victims... (show quote)


I'll put my marker on the MSM to either ignore their service or to play up the fear of those not responding. Great post. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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Sep 17, 2013 11:46:53   #
bahmer
 
The Cracker wrote:
This post is not aimed at the shooter, the victims or even the twits who want to jump on the anti-gun bandwagon.

This is a post giving thanks to the emergency responders which ran to the sound of the gun - not away from it.

I am of course talking about the armed responders first then the support responders last.

First were the police, federal officers, military police etc. You saw them... Police cars racing to the scene of the shooter with the intent to end the carnage. Little thought for their safety, the trials of their families if they themselves were killed in the line of duty. We have seen this over and over, again and again.

Second we should appreciate the efforts of the medical teams which also rushed to the scene, putting their training to immediate use as they helped stabilize the horribly wounded.

Yes! While all those without any defense and threatened with death were rushing from the terror, our hero's were mentally prepared and equipped to put down the shooter (or shooters) and it was they, who were rushing into the danger.

Once again we have seen action from the brave -- and will now be bombarded with worthless words from the cowards.

We should be proud of our brave, and very careful not to celebrate the cowards.
This post is not aimed at the shooter, the victims... (show quote)


Very good post and I see it is already marred by IYF.

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Sep 17, 2013 13:51:12   #
The Cracker
 
bahmer wrote:
Very good post and I see it is already marred by IYF.


You have to sorta excuse the likes of IYF... After all IYF would have been one of the first to run away and leave friends in the line of fire. Cowards do that, while sounding all so brave when hiding behind their computer monitor and running their keyboard at full power.

My favorite descriptive term applies to IYF.................."Dumb Ass!"

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