By now you have heard about this:
A shot apparently was fired at the Republican Party headquarters in downtown Huntington while President Bush’s speech accepting the GOP nomination for president was being televised.
No one was hurt in the 10:30 p.m. Thursday incident.
“We heard a pop. We realized it was a gunshot and we were kind of scared,” said Gayle Adkins, a volunteer of Huntington.
Others said they didn’t see anything except for some of the banners jumping as the bullet whizzed over their heads. Police could not locate where the bullet landed.
From this we can learn one of two things:
1.) The bullet was a message, and no one intended to shoot anyone.
2.) The shooter was from out of state.
West Virgnian’s do not miss what they are aiming at.