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Does Concealed Carry Belong in Churches and Schools?

lsharp Wrote: May 23, 2013 10:20 AM
I carry conceal almost everywhere I go. I dont care what the law says, I care about protecting me and my family. If they dont know, they can do anything about it. Simple as that. You dont have to ASK to exercise your rights. Just do it, and know that you may have to accept the consequences if the naysayers find out. When it comes to life and death, its a risk well worth taking IMO.
theZ Wrote: May 23, 2013 12:37 PM
I agree whole-heartedly. The only caveat is that I also honor private property rights. If a theater posts a policy that firearms are not allowed, it is the same as posting a policy that no talking is allowed during the movie. This does not make it illegal to carry there any more than it would be illegal to talk during the movie, but the owner has the right to remove you form their property.

It is a slippery slope since the theater in Colorado had this policy and many were not carrying because of the policy. It is their right to be stupid and declare a "free kill zone".

The story is quite different in the half dozen other shootings that have happened since where only 1 or 2 people were injured before the perpetrator was shot by someone who was carrying.

No, we'll never hear about those shootings because they don't fit the left's agenda of removing our rights.
Texas Chris Wrote: May 23, 2013 12:23 PM
Don't think for as second that some places, if you had to use your CCW to defend yourself or someone else, that you won't end up in jail anyway.

Texas, now, we'll give you a medal. New York, they may give you 25 years.