Monday, June 4, 2012

Wal-Mart Rejects Self-Defense

Wal-Mart could have backed out of a lobbying group merely because what lobbying groups do is collect money from their members...but a Wal-Mart spokesman is saying that the store chain wants to avoid association with "Stand Your Ground" laws that recognize a basic human right to defend oneself against violent attacks.

So, if a victim of Prozac Dementia starts shooting at everybody in the local Wal-Mart store, Wal-Mart wants to make sure none of the employees or customers is able to interfere? Nice. Not.