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Re: “No Pizza for Open Carry Gun Families

"But I don't think that any untrained person should have the unconditional right to perform any of the aforementioned activities. You ought to be required to get a license and some training before being allowed to wield such deadly weapons."

I don't think any any untrained person should have the unconditional right to perform acts of faith (religious acts) or activities in public. They should be resticted strictly to places of worship. And you should be required to have a permit or license to practice the religion of your choice in a place of worship.

Sound ridiculous? It's the same with a firearm, which is also a protected right. A business does indeed have the right to deny you service and ask you to leave. You can then inform your family and friends that said resteraunt doesn't believe in the bill of rights and take your money and that of friends elsewhere.

By the way. Meleanie Haine, the open carrying soccer mom, her death has nothing to do at all with open carry. It's domestic violence. I was a friend of hers. Her husband was a law enforcement officer and shot her then himself with his own gun. He complained that she carried at home so she stopped carrying it in the house to make him happy.
You want to talk about untrained idiots with guns? How people should be forced to take training? What has that got to do with it? This was a highly trained man who took act 120, what difference did his training make?

I have the right to carry. Wether I make use of it or not to carry concealed or openly is my business. Not yours. Wether I choose to go to church, or a rally, or a picnic is none of your business. Wanting to carry, or paranoia has nothing to to with wether I make use of a right I was born with as an American citizen.

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Posted by YllwFvr on 11/10/2009 at 2:12 AM

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