“Honestly, I don’t know what has gotten into the head of Rep. Maag,” Carl Weitz III, 22 of Westwood, told news.cincinnati.com. “Guns are legal and they are part of our Constitution. I understand this point of view. For anyone to declare that citizens shouldn’t need to inform law enforcers that they are carrying a concealed weapon is absolutely ridiculous. Bills like these weaken my faith in humanity.” Explaining the need for the legislation “Maag cited a June 2011 traffic stop in Canton where [former police officer Daniel Harless, above] verbally threatened and arrested a permit holder, because he hadn’t notified the officer fast enough about the presence of a gun.” Well, it can’t be “don’t ask, don’t tell.” But should it be “don’t tell unless asked”?