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Like you and me, only better

In North Carolina, your betters are better:

AN ACT to provide that a person elected to a public office in North Carolina or appointed to fill a vacancy in one of those offices who has a concealed handgun permit may carry a concealed handgun and may carry a pocket knife anywhere in the state while holding that office, unless otherwise prohibited by federal law.

Special privileges for the special class.

More tar and feathers would stop this stuff.

12 Responses to “Like you and me, only better”

  1. John Says:

    AN ACT to provide that a person elected to a public office in North Carolina or appointed to fill a vacancy in one of those offices who has a concealed handgun permit may carry a concealed handgun and may carry a pocket knife anywhere in the state while holding that office, unless otherwise prohibited by federal law.

    Looks OK now. 🙂

  2. John Says:

    ACK… That should be:

    AN ACT to provide that a person who has a concealed handgun permit may carry a concealed handgun and may carry a pocket knife anywhere in the state, unless otherwise prohibited by federal law.

  3. Bryan S. Says:

    Tar, feathers, stocks and rotten vegetables.

  4. ctr Says:

    I will not use my grade or position to attain pleasure, profit or personal safety.

    The standards vary a bit from job to job.

  5. mikee Says:

    Once the legislature has the law on their side, the rest of us kids will demand the same thing. And we’d better get it, or they will lose their jobs.

    It is an incremental approach to attaining civil rights.

  6. Wolfwood Says:

    I agree with mikee. As much as I’d like to have things done properly right now, sometimes you need to walk people to it slowly. It’s an important issue, but we’re not talking the Mother of All Abominations. If people see that police…then prosecutors…then legislators…then [other class] are doing it without going nuts, it makes it easier to sell later on.

  7. Wolfwood Says:

    And I hereby pledge to close my tags from now on.

  8. BWM Says:

    Once the legislature has the law on their side, the rest of us kids will demand the same thing. And wed better get it, or they will lose their jobs.

    It is an incremental approach to attaining civil rights.

    Trickle-down civil rights? No thanks.

  9. Sean D Sorrentino Says:

    Thanks for the link. I don’t think that this bill has the support of Grass Roots NC, the people working with the Second Amendment Foundation to fight the NC State of Emergency law.

    As for trickle down civil rights, no. If some legislators feel unsafe in a place where they cannot carry, let them repeal the law that prevents them from carrying there. Problem solved.

  10. Wade Says:

    Here’s my contribution.

    AN ACT to provide that a person elected to a public office in North Carolina or appointed to fill a vacancy in one of those offices who proposes unconstitutional legislation shall be bedecked with tar and feathers anywhere in the state while holding that office, unless otherwise prohibited by federal law.

    As to “trickle down civil rights” Didn’t we try that plan with African-Americans from 1619 to 1954? I don’t think it worked very well.

  11. Rob Says:

    They say that brevity is the soul of wit. To that end, I propose a few edits to this law:

    AN ACT to provide that a person may carry a concealed handgun and may carry a pocket knife anywhere in the state, unless otherwise prohibited by federal law.

    There. Much better.

  12. Justthisguy Says:

    Tar and feathers have been mentioned. Is it against the laws of the Internet, yet, to type the phrase, “Git A Rope!”?

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