Bear 45/70 wrote:
You really don't get it do you. You seem to think only your rights are the onlyimportant rights and screw everyone else, you would make a great dictator. That's not the way in works. You have no right to step on anyone elses rights, if you expect no one to step on yours. Your way is anarchy, not democracy.
You're the one that doesn't get it. Are you really this stupid? I mean I've met some stupid people before, but this is the most retarded thing I think I've ever heard.
If they don't want me to carry a gun on their property, that is fine, and it is their right to say so. No one is saying otherwise. But they have to let me know by posting a sign or asking me to not carry the gun. I don't have to ask them permission to carry. Do you even carry a gun Bear? Do you ask all of the store owners if it's ok for you to carry before you enter their stores? Do you ask all of the restaurant owners if it is ok for you to carry before you eat? Why in God's name would you do that? It's your right to carry a gun, so you don't have to ask for anyone's permission. It's their right to ask you to not carry a gun, but they have to ask you or post a sign, you can't just assume that I know that you don't want me carrying a gun at your restaurant, and I'm not going to ask your permission, because it's my right to do so. If you have a problem with it, tell me and I'll respect your rights and leave.
What is wrong with that? What are you suggesting that we do? Ask permission from everyone before entering their homes/businesses/offices/churches/cars/etc? Why should we have to ask permission to exercise our rights? Do you understand what rights are?
I'm not going to ask the waiter if it's ok for me to wear a blue polo shirt, brown sneakers, a campaign button or a gun. If they don't allow sneakers or polo shirts, they need to put up a sign or tell me, and then I will leave. I don't see why a gun is any different.