The last place you want to conceal is in the District, with all of these federal buildings. It makes the job of law enforcement damned difficult.
This is a frontal assault on the District’s regulations under the Second Amendment. I don’t think that’s what Justice Scalia had in mind when he talked about self-defense.
August 8, 2009
D.C. Attorney General
Lawsuit Seeks Right to Carry Concealed Weapons in the District
[Does this guy think the only place you should be allowed to defend yourself is in your home? If you leave your home you leave the Second Amendment right to self-defense behind?
Sure, it makes it easier for law enforcement to arrest anyone with a gun in public. Just as it makes it easier for them if they arrest any black/white/yellow/red skinned person, Jew (wearing their yellow star), or homosexual (wearing their mandated pink triangle) in public after dark. But that wouldn’t be justice nor should it be tolerated in a free society. But the actions and statements of D.C. politicians make that abundantly clear they aren’t interested in a free society. And that means they need to be slapped down by the courts again.–Joe]