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On that restriction of civil rights due to inclement weather

Residents are upset about the gun ban mentioned earlier.

8 Responses to “On that restriction of civil rights due to inclement weather”

  1. Hypnagogue Says:

    I note that the Police Chief intends to retaliate against her wayward subjects. That’ll help.

  2. Hartley Says:

    No doubt, Hyp – but it looks like the REAL culprit here is not the police Chief or the Mayor – it’s NC State law that needs to be fixed, pronto! It wouldn’t hurt for residents of other states to look & see if they have similar atrocities on their books, too. This crappe slips in while folks aren’t paying attention..

  3. wildbill Says:

    Somebody needs to buy her a ticket to China. She’ll fit right in.

  4. John Smith Says:

    I wander how many threats are really threats and not the ultra paranoid chief just being paranoid. Some laws are not designed to be used during inclement weather. The way I understand is that these laws were developed during the race riot days to control black people. Nice Huh.(Sarc) Nc is not really in tune with the rest of the south gun wise. I wander if there are 14th amendment issues to these laws?

  5. JKB Says:

    Looks to me like this little event will spark some legislative action. The powers that be will probably wish they hadn’t invoked the law after it is over. Restricting driving might have been prudent but banning alcohol sales and the carrying served no purpose in the emergency and has inflamed the populace.

  6. Spook45 Says:

    SUESUESUE! HIT EM IN THE POCKETBOOK!! ITs all about dead presidents(Money that is) HIT em har din the pocketbooks and they will back up and go AWAY! BUY MORE AMMO

  7. straightarrow Says:

    I don’t believe her.

  8. B Smith Says:

    What bothers me most is how these rights are suspended in the exact circumstances where one might need them most. A stranded motorist without a gun might make an awfully tempting target. Anyone remember hurricane Katrina’s aftermath in New Orleans?