Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Lawyers Guns and Money

Allowing people to carry concealed guns in Georgia churches.

Greg Bluestein reported for the AP Sunday, and Galloway updates the situation today, discussing the prospects for adding airports back into the debate:
The rabble who produce our street crime aren’t seduced by foreign affairs. Ask the parents of those five young Muslim men from northern Virginia, arrested in Pakistan while in search of jihad – all of whom could qualify for concealed weapons permits in Georgia.

The prospects for new gun legislation are uncertain. Gov. Sonny Perdue has previously expressed his doubts about concealed weapons in church. David Ralston of Blue Ridge, all but certain to be elected House speaker on Monday, has thus far declined to weigh in.
What are the chances this will be an interesting conversation at the Georgia State Capitol?

I assume you're familiar with Warren Zevon's take on this:
"Never take vacations."

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