Quote of the day—kraigwy

Mr. Malte needs to ask for a refund from his History Teacher. The Constitution says nothing about Permission in regards to the 2nd amend.

As an FTO for my department I stressed that the officer safety dictates to the officer that everyone he/she meets is carrying.

My hat goes off to every state that passes “constitutional carry’ laws, joining my state (WY) and the state I policed (AK) prior to retiring.

March 8, 2012
In response to “They want a gun in every nook and cranny in society with no permission needed and no background check,” Malte said, adding, “This is just a recipe for disaster.” in the article 12 States on Path to Guns Without Permits.
[“Malte” refers to Brian Malte, the director of state legislation for the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.

So here we have a former police Firearms Training Officer telling the Brady Campaign they don’t know what they are talking about.

That’s par for the course.—Joe]


One thought on “Quote of the day—kraigwy

  1. A reply to Alexander in the comments … his post, slightly edited:

    Not necessarily. People with no permit could exercise free speech in their homes or, for example, speak at Toastmasters. But unregulated free speech in public is for political purposes, and since bad politics are dangerous, people must know how to speak and when to speak. A simple training and a common sense test shouldn’t be a problem for normal people who won’t start trouble.

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