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Restaurant Carry

A bill removing the restriction of carrying a weapon into a restaurant that serves alcohol has made it out of the judiciary committee. Somewhere, Jeff Woods is crapping his pants.

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7 Responses to “Restaurant Carry”

  1. Blake Says:

    Nashville Police Chief Serpas said: “Alcohol doesn’t mix well with anything that causes you to make rational decisions.”

    Wait…what? heh

  2. Linoge Says:

    I have said it before, and I will say it again – what a fricking tool.

  3. Ron W Says:

    Someone should tell Police Chief Serpas that it’s already illegal for gun permit holders to drink and carry. But anyway, doesn’t he take an oath to uphold the Tennessee Constitution, Article I, Section 26 of which protects my RIGHT of armed self defense while I walk to and from a restaurant?

    As often happens, the Police Chief has a prejudiced and bigotted attitude which assumes criminal activity by those who choose to exercise their right or armed self-defense. It would follow that ,maybe we should cut the tongues out of those who go into crowded theatres lest they yell fire!

  4. CarlS Says:

    Chief Serpas,

    Please tell me that you are not being hypocritical; that you do in fact require all of your officers, both on and off duty, to remove their weapons and leave them in the car whenever they enter any establishment which serves alcohol. If not, tell me why they are any more trustworthy than other citizens. Since the Only Ones Files prove they aren’t, stop politicking for more money and power and enforce the Constitution.

  5. Pinandpuller Says:

    Why don’t they ban alcohol where I carry my guns?

  6. Adam Says:

    Ooooh good point Pinandpuller.

  7. chris Says:

    Rep. Brian Kelsey, R-Germantown, proposed an amendment that would eliminate the 11:00 p.m. bewitching hour restriction, but it was rejected by the Judiciary Committee.