It's already been said, but no right is being infringed upon, as nothing is forcing you to enter the building. If you want to keep your gun, then don't go in. You have a choice.
Let's say my X came over with the kids for a b-day party, had a little to much to drink and is leaving with a friend. She calls me and tells me to pick up the kids.
You don't know I'm armed when I approach because I carry concealed. Once in your home you notice something, note that it's a firearm and tell me to leave.
Kids aren't ready and the only person I know is my drunk X.
I'm not leaving until my kids are good to go.
I have a right to protect my children. I have a right in the care, control and custody of my children. By trying to force me out you are trying to violate my rights.
Not to sound like an ass, but that's something I would be willing to go to jail for. I would have no problem telling my NCO that I got arrested for trespassing because I wouldn't leave my children alone with my drunken X and a group of strangers.
I would be cool and civil with you, but if push came to shove, I'm not abandoning my kids.
Last edited by Jerry; 05-17-10 at 03:34 PM.
Donít shoot: NRA bans guns from its annual meeting
Can someone tell me where this title came from?
Cease your attempts at poor logic, its almost as hilarious as you glossing over the vast majority of my posts pointing out your other flawed arguments.
No, that's A way, and its a poorer one because they're still aware of the possibility there may be a firearm and thus still potentially uneasy about entering the establishment.The way to be free of a Gun-Free zone and keep your patrons happy is to only allow concealed carry.
Face it, you're argument is that somehow YOUR right is more important than theirs. This is not the case. Rights are not tiered. You have a right to carry a firearm. A home or business owner has a right to private property. As long as those two rights do not come into conflict you both are fine. Once one person forces a violation of someone elses rights however a problem ensues. A person stating that you can not carry a gun into their business is not violating your right, because he is not keeping you from carrying a gun. You are free to still walk around with that gun wherever you like according to him, just not in his place of business. However, you forcefully entering his private property without following his rules is forcefully infringing upon his rights and thus negates your right to carry a firearm. Unlike the case with your rights, he can not magically pick up and move his building. He is not taking any action that is forcefully infringing upon someone elses rights, the gun owner is.
"I am appalled that somebody who is the nominee...would take that kind of position"
"A court took away a presidency"
"...the brother of a man running for president was the governor of the state..."
It's horrifying because Trump is blunt instead of making overt implications.
Because the point where you refuse to leave is the point when you become an armed intruder.
It is perfectly legal to shoot an armed intruder.
If that scenario ever happened, go back outside, put the gun in the trunk, come back in and get the kids.
It's the safer alternative.
Tucker Case - Tard magnet.
Anyway, I would have to pose some kind of threat to him. Packing up my kids is not a threat. No, I'm not going back out. I'm not leaving my kids with a group of drunken strangers and a drunken X, especially if the homeowner is waving around a firearm. Hell ****ing no. The home owner will just have to keep his cool and we'll be out asap.