so screw everyone else" is what this boils down to.
I'm going to borrow from one of the responding comments:
As a member of the LGBT community, I can testify that having a CPL
and Open Carry as an option (whether I consider it in light of "cover
failure" or "open carry as 1st Amendment protected statement, not unlike
coming out of the closet") protects my right to wander about unmolested
and in extremis my ability to fend off those that would physically
It is my considered view that the very fiercest of gay bashers will
be significantly slowed by a .45acp JHP placed center of mass at
velocity. Being able to carry that tool without worrying about
qualifying for the attentions of the judicial system if I should
(horrors) bend over to pick up a pencil or a nickel laying on the ground
and suffer accidental exposure of my firearm is a clear win for common
Might I suggest you check your prejudices at the door and rather than
engaging in cheap insults and barely concealed bigotry that you explore
the facts and actually meet some of the people you attempt to smear?
But that would mean actually thinking!
Found over at Uncle's, along with something you need to yell at your congresscritter about:
The NSSF asks you to contact your state’s two senators, asking them to vote yes on S. 3525, The Sportsmen’s Act.
The Sportsmen’s Act is a collection of 19 distinct bills. One bill is
aimed at the efforts made by one anti-hunting group to ban what we know
as ammunition. By banning “traditional” lead-bullet and pellet
ammunition, they hope to drive the cost up to further dissuade shooters.
The package known as The Sportsmen’s Act includes a bill to stop that
nonsense. The House version passed with overwhelming—but not