Virginiaplanter wrote:I read the link and am confused.I am sure for those of us who have been accosted by people for open carrying you may hear a version of that line. While I was one of the People at the Champps incident a few years back, I have also heard someone make a smart remark about my gun while carrying in a restaurant.
So, when somebody says why do you need that gun? Just reply, "Oh, it's not a need, it's a Right!" Or if they remark about the size of your gun just say "The Supreme Court Loves my gun and open carrying, thank you for noticing."
"The ancient Poets, in their elegant manner of Expression have made a kind of Being of Necessity, and tell us that the Gods themselves are obliged to Yield to her." -George Mason
Today the gods yielded to us and fulfilled our necessity in Virginia law to protect our rights in the Virginia Courts through declaratory and injunctive relief which was not previously possible.
The Right of the People
Does the ruling remove legal risk while carryng on the toll road, or does it merely pave the way to seek legal relief?