MICHAEL GRAHAM: We had a local shop employee who was -- the store was being robbed at knife point, and he happend to have a legally owned concealed carry pistol on him, against the policy of the store, but he used the gun in a way, Sen. Paul, that you and I know law-abiding Americans do all the time. He brandished it, no fire, nothing. He ended the bad situation, the robber went away, but he was fired because of the policy of the company. Interestingly, the people of New Hampshire have rallied. They're raising money for the guy. The guy says his phone is ringing off the hook with job offers, and I think that says a lot about the character of the pro-Second Amendment people and also the character of New Hampshire.
SEN. RAND PAUL (R-KY): Let me know if he's going to get an award. I'm going to fly up there and help give the award to him. It boggles my mind that his employer would not have had a party to celebrate him protecting the place of business as opposed to firing him.