Re: TXSB No. 1164 - AN ACT relating to the carrying of concealed handguns on the campuses of institutions of higher education.
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- Date: Sun, 15 Mar 2009 13:26:31 -0500
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On Mar 14, 8:15 am, "HeyBub" <hey...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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By: Wentworth, et al. S.B. No. 1164
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED
AN ACT relating to the carrying of concealed handguns on the
campuses of institutions of higher education.
You have really got to stand in awe of the kind of mentality that
finds in every bloodbath and excuse to create more bloodbaths.
maintaining a right.
I would argue that freedom of religion, freedom of the press, the
right to be safe from self-incrimination, and other, fundamental,
freedoms have killed more people than guns.
It's simply the price we have to pay.- Hide quoted text -
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I fully support the right to carry but I also fully support the right
of any and all organizations or facilities to ban those who carry
from entry on their property. That includes the right of the state
or any state facility from allowing weapons on their facilities as
well as all private property owners.
if it's open to the PUBLIC,then there are certain laws they must accept,be
they food safety,clean air,or workplace safety.(along with criminal and
They are NOT truly "private" property if they are open to the public.
The only part I disagree with is allowing the government to ban. After
all, the government works for all of us and MUST treat all of us
equally. If they can ban me for carrying a weapon, they should be able
to ban you for red hair or other similar reasons.
I am not fool enough to believe that the government actually does
treat us all equally yet, but it is what we should be working towards,
not giving them more excuses for uneven treatment.
Private organizations should have the authority to control who they
want on their property for any or all reasons they desire.
I disageee; NO,they shouldn't.
Food safety,workplace safety,public safety,and clean air are important,not
to be left to the whims of "private" property owners who don't care who
(nonsmoking laws I consider to be workplace and public safety laws)
I -FAIL- to see why these anti-gun people believe those LICENSED to carry
concealed weapons are going to create "bloodbaths" if allowed to carry on
campus. That's the SAME thing they predicted for the original concealed
carry laws,and it NEVER HAPPENED.
(only where CCW is prohibited....)
WHY do they continue to believe that it's going to be different on campus?
It's the same group of people that have already established an EXCELLENT
RECORD of carrying in public.They are not going to suddenly change when
they set foot on campus.
It's just one more datum that these people are not rational.
In Virginia one racist bitch was caliming that whote guys would be gunning
down black guys left and right. Oddly enough iut never happened but do you
think she would apologize for such a racist comment.
Bull Connor was a Democrat!
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