Check it out, Dana actually says in the case of Floyd Lee Corkins II that a good guy with a gun subdued him. I don't know if the guard actually had a gun on him, but if he did, he did not use it to subdue Floyd Lee Corkins II.
An armed intruder, spouting opposition to social conservatism, walked into the Washington headquarters of the Family Research Council on Wednesday and shot a security guard before the wounded guard and others wrestled him to the floor and subdued him until police arrived, authorities said.When you say, "He was stopped by a good guy with a gun", it's usually "with the gun" not by tackling him. This fails on so many levels.
But let's go a little further, Dana starts off talking about the Proud Whopper and "how we (people like Dana) react" compared to "how they (liberals) react". This fails on so many levels as well. You can't equate one person to a segment of the population. Not everyone who is conservative can be equated to Timothy McVeigh, for example. Mr. Corkins is not the face of liberals, either. The equation of such borders on ludicrous.
The truth is out there. You just have to find it. More and more, I am not finding it listening to the Dana Show. And that's too bad. Just like she believes Patricia Ireland is intelligent, but wrong, I too believe Dana is intelligent, but wrong. I applaud her for her success, but with success comes responsibility. If she's going to squander it for an agenda, it's her right. She is so much better than that, though. I just wish she would see it.