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1 comment:

  • Eliza posted at 9:37 am on Sat, Apr 12, 2014.

    Eliza Posts: 1093

    @ “Law enforcement is still enforcing laws differently,” Grisham said. “I have no doubt that if I’d been a black man doing what I did with my son, I’d be dead right now.”

    Disinformation and Propaganda unless its a sure thing, otherwise ,its a thought that's only in the person's own mind.

    Many of us knowing we already have the Legal right to have guns inside our home for protection, Plus the state allows the Legal right to Concealed Carry on the streets if we are legally in the right to have a CHL and so chose .
    Don't feel the need to have people who for whatever reason they have described, carry long guns on the cities streets into business' etc.

    The business' in themselves would stand a chance of losing a lot of business by not wanting to have to sit and eat a hamburger or drink a cup of coffee with an individual or group who felt the need to carry long guns inside the establishment.

    On someone's property such as ranchers or farms, hunters, law enforcement and military members have a need at times to carry these weapons with them,
    But just to carry on the public streets, only because you want to.
    Doesn't make good sense and should be questioned.