Really? People are taking this article seriously? Wow.
What I wonder is why ZoomBob spends so much time here trolling, instead of off playing footsie with his macho pals. Guess he flatters himself into thinking someone here takes him seriously, though it's hard to see why.
Will be writing a check for Bo Mitchell's next campaign... and figuring it's only a matter of time till a similar school shooting here (because no kid would ever know which car in the lot contained a firearm) leads to the revocation of this utterly craven piece of dogshit - er, legislation.
One would think a reasonably loving parent would oppose this bill. If I had a gay child who felt s/he couldn't give me that information him/herself, why on earth would I want him or her coerced into it? It's that kind of thing that makes kids run away, expose themselves to danger, kill themselves.
Anyone who supports it really has cojones to call opponents of it the folks with "moral" issues.
How terrible. RIP.
How awful. RIP.
And you know what I know, how? Based on your ever-more-insightful views on what you assume every person who doesn't agree with you thinks? Must be nice to know everything. Think I'd sleep better at night if I felt I did, but then, I've always been a Russell fan: “The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wise people so full of doubts.”
Any amount of money says that at least some businesses will locate elsewhere over this; that it'll be tied up in court for ages; that some businesses will start to refuse to hire permitted carry owners because they don't want guns on their property. Not that any of these facts will stop the geniuses running our legislature from shooting down this immensely flawed piece of legislation.
Sign me up for the legal fund. Somebody will challenge this in court, here's hoping...
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