Home Concealed Carry “No good can come from guns in public” Concealed CarryCrime and PunishmentLaw and Order “No good can come from guns in public” By Robert Farago - April 2, 2011 8 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Buying Your First Carry Gun: Here’s a Realistic Self-Defense Gear Budget For 2023 Wrong Store: Three Armed Customers Stop a Holdup in a North Georgia Convenience Store Taft: California’s Anti-Gun Governor Has a Suicide Pact With the Truth 8 COMMENTS At least for once the politician was not an idiot and said what every gun owner has said for years. Criminals are NOT stopped by laws, only law abiding citizens are. Reply “No good can come from guns in public” So, Chris Fitzsimons and the NC Policy Watch want to disarm the POLICE? Reply There are quite a few bills in progress including a Castle Doctrine bill that is scheduled to go into effect in December assuming that it passes. I am looking forward to the passage of all of these bills. I think the legislature finally has the right composition to get them through. There was a serious shake up in the balance of power this past fall, and now gun owners are seeing the benefit. One thing about the video is that there are many people out there who will never get it. They are content leaving their well being to some one else (the police). Also, the young lady at the beginning made a good point about going through the process of getting a permit only to have to go without your gun. The last thing I would like to point out is how the “I-team” mis represented the bill that is being considered. It is currently legal for me to carry my concealed weapon into McDonalds or any other restaurant that does not serve alcohol. The bill under consideration will permit me to carry into Applebee’s, TGI Friday, etc that serves alcohol. The current law prohibits people from carrying and drinking alcohol, which would not change under the new law. I hate when the media does this. They need to get all of their facts straight and present the whole story. This bill has been documented by other news stations as well, and they give the complete truth. See below for how a real news station reports. http://www.wsoctv.com/video/27138156/index.html FYI – The state House passed HB 111 by a 74-42 vote on March 30. The bill is now on its way to the Senate. Reply HOORAAH! can NJ borrow some of your rep for a bit they seem to have common sence. And boy do WE need that polotics. Reply There’s nothing to stop a criminal from carrying a THROWING STAR into a restaurant. Hahahahahahaha. Reply If I’m in the middle of a good, medium rare steak and some psycho interrupts me, well, I will temporarily lose my religion! Reply Silly liberals, always assume the guy in the next booth is armed. And remember, an armed society is a polite society. Reply ‘No good can come from guns in public’ ?! Yeah, no kidding, especially if it’s a criminal that is holding the gun! People never cease to amaze me, at how foolish, and stupid they can be on so many issues. Criminals don’t obey gun laws. Laws are only a good thing if they can be properly enforced, uphold the rights of law abiding citizens, and offer a benefit to the majority of citizens. So many laws, so little common sense! Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.