It's interesting how bias can affect supposedly "unbiased" reporting of the facts. The story line seems to highlight how guns are going to be allowed in bars serving alcohol and that's a bad idea because people will get drunk and use their guns. Well, at least if you read the first part of the story it gives you that impression. Only in the late part does an interview from last year with the bill's sponsor point out that the bill allows carry only if you don't consume, so there should be no drinking while carrying. A good point is made that right now, a person can carry in a Waffle House legally ( as long as the establishment permits it) but not in an Applebees, solely because Applebees serves alcohol. The article however seems to be making the splash point that it's a new law bringing guns into restaurants, bad, bad, news, etc.
Well, I hope the guy that is circulating those yellow cards doesn't have to wait too long the next time he calls the police. Of course, if he decided to carry, he might be able to defend his home rather than wait for the police to show up to help him out.
and of course, the comments about the story are alluding to "going back to the days of the wild west, yada , yada, yada." People have got to wake up and realize that for the politicians to tell you the police can protect you is a lie. There are too few police and too many criminals willing to do you harm. But then, I guess the mind set that says it's ok to rely on someone else to protect you and you don't have to take any personal responsibility to protect yourself is just what the libs want anyhow. With more dependence comes more control.