“He is a disabled veteran from the Marines,” Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Scott Small told myfoxphilly.com. “He’s bed-ridden. He stated just before midnight there was a knock on his door. He believed it was his neighbor when he buzzed the person in. It was five to six males who rushed him, punched him, struck him in the face several times, made him lay on his stomach and put a gun to his head . . . The entire apartment was ransacked. They searched everywhere in order to steal his jewelry, his money and even his medication.” This sad tale reminds us to maintain situational awareness and home carry. It also makes us wonder when a New York resident—abiding by the seven-round limit imposed by the SAFE Act—will lose his or her life when they run out of bullets during a defensive gun use. Elections have consequences? And how.