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Discussion in 'In the News' started by Malum Prohibitum, Jul 23, 2007.
Man charged, but law repealed two years ago
He was charged with discharging a firearm on a Sunday.
just not good news.........
Using that logic, slavery could still exist.
Where do they find these people? And a judge can't rescind a warrant?
Why, in Gwinnett County, that's where!
Makes me ashamed to be a "Gwinnetian."
Can't wait to make the move back to Forsyth.
Ah, hogwash! Gwinnetian, Forsythian, Fultonian, Daltonian......we're all JOEGINS (my best shot at southern "Georgians") and that's where the real changes have to be made. Like this antiquated law about shooting on Sunday was just repealed in 2005, this state needs to figure out the great civil war is over, the slaves have left the plantations and it's time to make some 21st century sense out of our gun laws.
Big +1 on that!!!
I believe it's, Gawgians, and I completely agree. Beer sales on Sunday would be nice, too.
Yeah, if I can't shoot my gun, at least let me drink.
Heck, I say we should be able to do both simultaneously!!!
Is the judge that signed the warrant a former probate judge?
No, it didn't take 120+ days to get the warrant signed.
Um, figuring that out is what caused Georgia's gun laws to be like this in the first place.
Why DO we have a public gathering law?
Ever wonder why probate judges issue firearms licenses?
The Racist Roots of Gun Control
If you have not read these three, you should.
MP....I actually did read these.
I find them enlightening. They should be required reading in middle school.
Towards what purpose? As a lesson in how to legislate out of fear ?
I find the public, even those supportive of our cause, woefully ignorant of the history of Georgia's gun laws. Most people simply assume such laws were passed for reasons of public safety.
Informing them of the real reason at an early age would help.