Richard S. wrote:I'll play the devils advocate here, firstly it's not really a right if you don't exercise it is it?
Secondly if more guns were present in the public they would be more comfortable with them. After the flood the one neighbor was open carrying for a while. Didn't faze me but I know many of the people living there were probably a little nervous about it. I'm sure they got over it after a day or two.
...with all due respect- I have to disagree
For instance....can you "exercise " your freedom of speech rights by runni g into a crowded movie theater and yell " FIRE !!" ?
not legally..u nless there is indeed a fire ( or at least smoke)
Not because it is against the law to lie...but because it violates the rights of others.
This guy went to far...the moment he stepped foot inside that store (private property)..
Where i grew up...he wouldnt have made it past the produce section...let alone the front door.. !
With that said...i willsay i am NOT for stricter gun laws...and feel we are slowly..but most definately...going to lose the right to keep and bear CERTAIN types of arms.
His idea was just...his judgement poor.
Its more ammo for the libs...less logic for us.
This is the WRONG type of attention this cause needs in order to be successful
...and EXACTLY the arguement obamas cronies need to implement sections 1031 and 1022 + 21 of the NDAA.
WE have got to really use our brains on this one guys...or a new world is coming