Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Interesting, isn't it, that in Georgia's new "guns anywhere and everywhere" law, which allows them in bars, churches, schools, and most government buildings, the one exception is the state capitol where those who wrote the law work.
I wonder what their explanation is. I wonder how whatever rationalization they offer applies only to them. And I can't think of any answer that doesn't pretty much make the insanity of the law self-evident, and show those lawmakers to be the worst sort of hypocrites.
at May 06, 2014
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