As I said, some people consider armed, law-abiding Americans a bad
thing. You are obviously one of those people. Places don't change to
*become* open carry...they pass laws restricting the rights that
already exist so that only criminals and law-enforcement are armed.
Your concept of a legally armed citizenry appears to be based on
hysteria and paranoia.
And I feel fairly certain that if I came into your business
establishment somewhere in *my* country, where it is legal to carry
openly, you wouldn't have the nerve to refuse me service because I was
strapped. I rather suspect you'd be hiding somewhere in back with the
Right after making it clear that my money will never see the light of day
anywhere near your business. And I'll be sure that all my friends, who
carry also by the way, know of your anti 2nd amendment stance and will
never do business their either. You'd be surprised how much business you
would loose over the simple act of trying to restrict my constitutional
Yes, I would most definitely leave. Then tell everyone I know how you
want your business to be ready for the criminal who wants to rob you and
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I second that, and I don't even *own* a firearm, much less carry one -
not yet, anyway. Hubby has enough for both of us <g>. I am a big
believer in protecting ALL our constitutional rights, though.
What's the address of your business? Sounds like a nice place for
criminals to hit. Lots of unarmed people to rob! A sign on the door
simply advertises this fact. Of course, the criminals will probably
ignore the sign. Damn...if only someone had a hiden weapon.....
You are just ignorant of how many come into your business with a concealed
weapon. Do you really think a criminal will give one hair off a rats ass
about your silly sign? I wouldnt go into any business posted that way as
they arent allowing me to protect myself and damn sure wont do it for me.
Wait till your ass is sued because soemone is hurt on your property because
they couldnt defend themselves.
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