Expecting Americans for
Final Responsible Solutions to moderate their hysterical anti-gun rhetoric is like asking Bar Rafaeli to wear a mu-mu on the beach. It ain’t gonna happen. For example: “Guns and alcohol don’t mix,” ARS’s recent fundraising email blast asserts, “so why is the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (ABC) considering allowing alcohol sales at gun shows? The Texas ABC released a proposal this week that would allow some gun shows in the state to sell alcohol. That means . . .
someone could legally have a beer in one hand and a gun in the other, while standing in a crowd of thousands of people. Why would anyone want to allow such an irresponsible situation?” I dunno.
Why don’t they ask gun show organizers in Oregon, who’ve been selling booze to attendees for years, without incident? Or would that be another one of those inconvenient truths the anti-gunners ignore on a regular basis?