I'm going to have to strangle the next person that uses the term 'bullet proof vest'. Its bullet resistant, there is no such thing as bullet proof."It's almost like we have water pistols going up against these high-powered rifles," said John Rivera, president of the Dade County Police Benevolent Association. "Our weaponry and our bulletproof vests don't match up to any of those types of weapons."
I have nothing wrong with the term. It is proved effective against a certain loading of a cartridge for a certain period of time until it degrades. It seems to have been taken to mean proven to infinite repetitions and any level of exposure.I'm going to have to strangle the next person that uses the term 'bullet proof vest'. Its bullet resistant, there is no such thing as bullet proof.
This is a very dangerous thing to say in a public forum, and is likely to draw some pretty unwanted attention to yourself as well as the rest of us who don't want to get labeled lawbreakers.... So I've come to a conclusion-to hell with governmental control of firearms!and I simply won't abide by the will of morons to be called "laws" and then expect me to follow them.
Gentlemen,Ladies,in the fine tradition of many Americans that have come before us,I belive we might have to risk some things and disobey some illegitimate laws for the sake of freedom.......