Comment: And that is the way he should have said it.

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And that is the way he should have said it.

Because that is NOT the point he made. Regardless of what he meant, that is NOT what he said. He needs to be careful with his words, just like everyone needs to be careful with their weapons.

I like Rand Paul. I believe I would like him to be my president. However, that does not mean that he should not accept criticism when criticism is due. I would like to hear him clarify his point after the fact.

It is a very serious issue: when a person is killed. His words were "I don't care...if a...kills him. It doesn't matter what kills him, we should care. We should care when anyone is gunned down. There should be sorrow, even if the person asked for it. The person is a person. But besides that Rand did not set the stage for a firefight and lethal action. He only said "...coming out of a liquor store with a gun and $50."

A person coming out of a store with a gun and $50 needs to be addressed with words.

A person coming out of a store shooting a gun and $50 is a different scenario. That person is using lethal force.

Is there a difference between having lethal force and using lethal force?

That is is the point.

The point to me in this case, is not what kind of lethal force is used.

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