Published: Thursday, Jan. 17 2013 5:50 p.m. MST
I wish Patrick would be more careful with his weapons but I have no problem with
his carrying his gun on the plane. Maybe TSA should just ask for CCW permits for
gunholders and then just concentrate on stopping bombers.
"Maybe TSA should just ask for CCW permits for gunholders and then just
concentrate on stopping bombers."No thanks.It takes
a 4 hour class and shooting the weapon is not required. You really think that
everyone with a CCP should be allowed on a plane? Scary
It makes sense to me. Airport security found a knife in my carry-on; it had
slipped down inside an outside pocket where I forgot it had ever been there.
They really gave me a bad time till my daughter put the idea in their heads that
my ex had put it there to get me in trouble. Funny thing, though,
is how many different airport security checks I had gone through before it was
found (at least five)!
If Second amendment rights are unlimited. Doesn't this law violate the
unrestrained freedom to bear arms at all times. What is a person is confronted
by the evil government on a plane?
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