“Law enforcement personnel, including campus security, are allowed to carry firearms, and they are highly trained in their use,” Montana’s missoulian.com asserts, carving out cops from their opposition to campus carry. “But when responding to a call for help, how are they to tell the difference between the bad guy and the victim when both are pointing guns at each other?” It’s the same old question that comes up any time . . .
a gun control advocate advocates against Americans exercising their natural, civil and Constitutional right to keep and bear arms. To be fair, there’ve been a number of high-profile “blue-on-blue” shootings proving that some cops can’t even tell who the cops are, never mind “a good guy with a gun.” Does the prospect of being shot by a cop worry you as much as it worries the antis?