The safety valve for the "Castle doctrine" is for burglars, crackheads, carjackers, strong-arm robbers, muggers, rapists, thieves and other assorted boils on the butt of humanity to stay out of homes, cars, stores, offices and other domiciles that don't belong to them and to stop mugging, robbing, raping and stealing.
Those who utilize that course of action aren't terribly likely to be shot. Those who don't likely will be.
Ah, the simple concept that the pants-wetting gun-grabbers simply cannot comprehend. If you don't break into a person's house, you won't get shot.
In short, if you're not a criminal, you don't have to worry.
The "Castle doctrine" should serve notice on those who choose a life of crime that the consequences of that choice may prove dire indeed - and that potential victims may indeed "shoot first and ask questions later."
Again, there's a safety valve for those criminals. It's called not breaking the law in the first place.
I've got a big grin on my face right now.
Found via Kim du Toit (link on the sidebar)