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Georgia Gun Laws – Cancel My Dinner Reservations In Georgia

Posted on March 27th, 2014 at 21:01 by John Sinteur in category: News -- Write a comment

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I am not about to debate the Second Amendment here but to equate carrying an unlicensed gun into a bar or restaurant with a basic American right is sheer idiocy. Alcohol and guns don’t mix well in bars, and what possible rationale is there to allow them into a restaurant? Well, here’s one possibility: under the rules of Stand Your Ground, if the guy at the next table flirts with your wife and you ask him to stop and he tells you to go screw yourself and you see he’s got a pistol in his belt, then you have a perfect right to pull out your own gun and blow the fucker way—all perfectly legal. By the way, the same goes for the other guy.

  1. You just never know when you might get pissed off and have to kill someone.

  2. Can someone explain why so many Americans are so sold on the dream of ‘living in the old West’, when a man wore a gun as he walked down the street and got -respect- (and men were real men, women were real women & small green furry things from Alpha Centaurus were real small green furry things… oh, and sheep were real nervous). People who wore six-shooters on their hip were the exception, not the rule.

    If it weren’t for the fact that it’s usually the bystanders who get shot, to say nothing of the kids, I’d encourage Americans to wear their guns and let the Darwinian process take its course…

  3. Actually, the GOP are the Darwinians, wanting to kill off the weak (unless they’re rich). I don’t know why they don’t believe in evolution.

  4. @Kharkov – because they are completely divorced from reality after being fed steady diet of propaganda from big corporate power brokers that control media, food, and all things social. The place is f_kdup, actually been f_kdup for a long time.

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