I love this anecdote form GW Bush's governor days...
"Bush walked in on a meeting to discuss one of those bills, then in draft form. The chief spokesman for the trial lawyers, Mike Gallagher of Houston, was present and took the opportunity to lobby the governor.
"You know, Governor," Gallagher told Bush, "I represent a dear friend of yours from West Texas, a gentleman by the name of Bobby Holt."
"Is that right, Mike?" Bush responded.
"Yes," Gallagher said. "In fact, we're discussing something that's near and dear to Bobby Holt's heart, and that is the law of joint and several liability."
The governor, looking straight into Gallagher's eyes, said: "You know, Mike, I've known Bobby Holt all my life. Grew up with Bobby Holt. One of my warmest, closest personal friends. "
Bush paused, then added: "[Expletive] Bobby Holt."
The only thing you should feel when shooting a terrorist: Recoil.