Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Define Utter Insanity: Georgia "Right to Open Carry a Gun Anywhere" Law

Find the Madness in This Photo

Hey, don't blame us, we only write the laws...
(/s/ GA Legislators)

This story is reported on from here and comes from this source in Valdosta, GA (pop. 55,000) on the first full day of the new Georgia law that basically says: "I can carry my gun anywhere I damn well please, since my state lawmakers said so."

The story is called: A "misunderstanding" between two armed men in a Georgia convenience store led to an arrest on the very day that the state's new expansive gun rights law went into effect. 

Valdosta Police Chief Brian Childress summed the incident up for the newspaper this way: “Essentially, it involved one customer with a gun on his hip when a second customer entered with a gun on his hip." 

One wanted to see the other's license/permit and it went downhill from there. Story continues at the link. 

Now to my question about the gun-on-the-hip picture ... what's the madness in that photo?
Hint: See the gun's hammer? It's cocked which means it is easy to fire quickly ... why is that do you suppose. I guess it would amount to "who can draw and shoot the fastest... just like at the O.K. Corral, right?

Madness, utter madness.

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