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April 10, 2008

Second Amendment Alive and Well in Florida

Filed under: Defending America,Second Amendment — Psycheout @ 5:39 pm
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Mac 10Setting 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.

— Psycheout

13 Comments »

  1. I’m a liberal, and I advocate less gun laws, more personal responsibility. That being said, bringing a weapon to the workplace could create all kinds of new drama.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 10, 2008 @ 5:59 pm | Reply

  2. ts;cr

    I admit that I am an utter moron and cannot read. My mommy read this to me and I fell asleep. I am a total loser and should probably be killed for the good of society.

    I am too stupid and cannot read. Fear me, love me, but do not call me late for dinner or I’ll be rather cross.

    Comment by eBaums Fag — April 10, 2008 @ 7:07 pm | Reply

  3. I favor laws requiring all citizens not convicted of a crime to carry guns. With measures such as this, criminals will think twice about engaging in loan sharking, protection rackets, prostitution, smuggling, drugs, and robbery. In fact, we should be allowed to shoot liberals for self-protection, seeing as how they are generally criminals (criminals usually vote Democrat).

    Comment by bobcorker — April 10, 2008 @ 7:20 pm | Reply

  4. ebaum’s fag, while we at B4B appreciate your honesty about your inability to read, we would appreciate if you just died instead of wasting our time.

    thanks. a lot. for dying, I mean.

    Be sure to accept Jesus as your Lord and Saviour first otherwise you might be in an eternity of “buthert.”

    Regards.

    Comment by Psycheout — April 10, 2008 @ 9:24 pm | Reply

  5. I favor laws requiring all citizens not convicted of a crime to carry guns.

    So instead of preventing a crime, it’s better to just shoot after the fact?

    Stupid, stupid idea. Do we need MORE cases where someone loses it and shoots up the place, this time without any preventative measure to stop the weapon from being carried on-site?

    From the MSNBC link: Dozens of workplace shootings occur every year in the United States, and studies have shown that job sites where guns are permitted are more likely to suffer workplace homicides than those where guns are prohibited.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 11, 2008 @ 2:44 am | Reply

  6. “I favor laws requiring all citizens not convicted of a crime to carry guns. With measures such as this, criminals will think twice about engaging in loan sharking, protection rackets, prostitution, smuggling, drugs, and robbery. In fact, we should be allowed to shoot liberals for self-protection, seeing as how they are generally criminals (criminals usually vote Democrat).”

    Comment by bobkkkorkkker — April 10, 2008 @ 7:20 pm

    I believe there should be a law that requires KKKorKKKer to shoot himself.

    Comment by spacebrother — April 11, 2008 @ 3:14 am | Reply

  7. “So because criminals vote Democrat, all Democrats are criminals?”

    If we have to kill some Democrats to cut crime rates 95%, so be it. Their lives are nothing compared to the thousands of conservatives lost.

    “Usually you only see that sort of logic in Alice in Wonderland”

    That’s a very amusing book, but you and I both know it just isn’t meant to be instructive.

    “So instead of preventing a crime, it’s better to just shoot after the fact?”

    I’d like you to think for a moment why banks have security guards. The reason is to stop criminals ASAP, and deter many aspiring ones. Think of workers at a worksite as a different kind of security guard. You don’t see security guards running off and shooting anything that suits their fancy, and other workers would not shoot anything that suits their fancy, either.

    “Stupid, stupid idea. Do we need MORE cases where someone loses it and shoots up the place, this time without any preventative measure to stop the weapon from being carried on-site?”

    I think that anybody, even a homosexual or an atheist, would blow the brains out of a robber as soon as they could, especially if it threatened them. Although I’m aware that there are more scenarios than a bank, the bank scenario is a perfect example of why not only security guards but also tellers and clients should carry guns. The security guards are merely the better trained and paid to hunt the criminals down. With guns surrounding aspiring robbers, I promise you they’ll think twice.

    “From the MSNBC link: Dozens of workplace shootings occur every year in the United States, and studies have shown that job sites where guns are permitted are more likely to suffer workplace homicides than those where guns are prohibited.”

    There have been different studies that show the opposite, you know. For every study, there is an opposite study, and both are guaranteed to be extending the truth somewhat. The fact is that we just have to use cold, hard logic with this dilemna. Also, it’s worth noting that blue states have far more crime than the red states do. The worst the red states have had was Dennis Rader.

    “I believe there should be a law that requires KKKorKKKer to shoot himself.”

    Thank you for contributing usefully to discussion. Also, the entire hotel ballroom I’m sitting in (all 565 of them) thought that this was the funniest thing they ever read in their lives.

    Tell me something, Paultard. Do you clap your hands and think your IQ is 170 because of comments like this? Is posting these pathetic insults the only solace you get in your miserable life? Can you not actually beat the people graduating in the bottom quartile of your high school class at anything other than doing #2, and think that because this is the Internet, you somehow sound smarter here?

    Comment by bobcorker — April 11, 2008 @ 4:27 pm | Reply

  8. “There have been different studies that show the opposite, you know.”
    Citation or you’re lying.

    “The fact is that we just have to use cold, hard logic with this dilemna.”
    So we shouldn’t ask you for a solution?

    “If we have to kill some Democrats to cut crime rates 95%, so be it. Their lives are nothing compared to the thousands of conservatives lost.”
    Didn’t answer my question

    “That’s a very amusing book, but you and I both know it just isn’t meant to be instructive.”
    Lewis Carroll himself said it wasn’t supposed to be instructive, but I’m not using it to instruct. I’m pointing out how the Cheshire Cat’s flawed logic is just like yours.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 11, 2008 @ 5:30 pm | Reply

  9. I was just wondering. Can I bring my glock to church too? Satan can strike anywhere!

    Comment by THeDRiFTeR — April 12, 2008 @ 6:19 am | Reply

  10. I’m glad that Psycheout has the cajones to draw the similarity between guns and religion. That makes me feel very comfortable. Logically, allowing people to carry guns to workplaces would ultimately lead to a more religious America. I can’t help wondering if you also favor guns in school.

    Comment by Brian-sama — April 12, 2008 @ 10:24 am | Reply

  11. You don’t see security guards running off and shooting anything that suits their fancy, and other workers would not shoot anything that suits their fancy, either.

    If we have to kill some Democrats to cut crime rates 95%, so be it.

    Corker, I love how you only use your finest bullets on your feet. You really must be a Scientologist.

    You must be some kind of great idiot to ever believe in “shoot first”. Security guards– hell, SOLDIERS– are trained to only shoot when the situation enters the fryer. Until then, you stick to talking, negotiating, and beyond that, submission/less-lethal equipment.

    That’s why they give them handguns, not FN P90s.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 12, 2008 @ 8:02 pm | Reply

  12. I believe there should be a law that requires KKKorKKKer to shoot himself.

    Comment by spacebrother

    lol Spacebrother

    KKKorKKKer should get a tv show in which he shoots off a piece of his body on a daily basis.

    Comment by MoxoM — April 16, 2008 @ 12:37 pm | Reply


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