Setting an example that the rest of the nation should surely follow, Florida has passed a law that makes a heck of a lot of sense. This will certainly make workplaces safer, or it would if this applied 24/7/365. But one day is a good start. (Oops, I misread it. This does apply 24/7/365. I thought it was like “take your kids to work day.”)
Most Florida residents would be allowed to take guns to work under a measure passed by Florida lawmakers on Wednesday.
The bill, allowing workers to keep guns in their cars for self-protection, was approved by the Florida Senate by a vote of 26-13. It now goes to Republican Gov. Charlie Crist to sign into law.
Although this does seem like a silly law, since the right to bear arms is a protected right enshrined by our G-dly Constitution, I suppose it’s a good thing when there’s gun grabbers everywhere to reinforce this sacred right. And I’m not sure why people shouldn’t be allowed to take their guns into the workplace. What good is a gun going to do in an emergency if it’s out in the parking lot? Baby steps, I guess.
Next up: a take Jesus to school law, a take the Ten Commandments to the courthouse law and a take the Nativity to city hall law. We’re getting there, folks.
Looks like the lieberals lose again! Boo hoo for them!
See also: Kids Korner: Goodie Guns.