I defy anyone to â€œreadâ€ into the Amendment that a citizen has the right to carry arms, except to show up as a member of a â€œwell regulated militia.â€ And, despite the wishes of the NRA, nowhere do the words expressing â€œright of self defenseâ€ appear in the amendment
Why should this bother him? Is he Muslim?and who will now be legal in concealing a loaded gun in his coat as he drives to and from church at night.
I think the D.C. lawyer defied Judge Silberman to do the same thing. :wink:I defy anyone to â€œreadâ€ into the Amendment that a citizen has the right to carry arms, except to show up as a member of a â€œwell regulated militia.â€
If I am fear for my life or that of a loved one, I will use it.Why would you carry a loaded gun in your car if you werenâ€™t willing to use it? Remember, no one knows you have it except you.
Last I heard harmless words and anger were not legal justifications for the use of deadly force according to GA law.Sooner or later, some â€œruffsâ€ will confront one of these â€œnormalâ€ citizensâ€ or a drunk, or just stupid kids. And, maybe harmless words and anger will provoke a fight that will end when, in needless tragedy, a concealed weapon is used by either.
If this is true, how come it hasn't come to fruition in other states that have similar laws?However, if this Bill 89 passes, you and your family will be in more pending peril, if, for no other reason except that you may, God forbid, become an innocent victim as bystanders when the bullets fly. And, they will.