When we last left Patrick Lynch, he was telling us no one had any business with hollow points except those professional enough.
Here's the latest from Liberty-Lynchin' Pat:
The deaths of Enchautegui and Stewart have sparked angry calls for the Legislature to impose stiffer penalties on those who shoot or kill police officers. New York law does not provide for the death penalty, and Patrick Lynch, who heads the Policemen's Benevolent Assn., said it was time to pass such a measure.
"How many more police deaths will it take to get this law on the books?" he asked, hurrying into the church for Enchautegui's service.
"We need to make it clear that if someone lifts even a finger against a police officer, their life could be on the line."
Right. We all know your lives are more valuable than ours.
We sure wouldn't want any mere citizen lifting a finger against these former members of your union, would we, Pat?
Or this guy.
Or this one.
I'm lifting a finger, Pat. Guess which one?