to important positions: a bunch of sheriffs go to the Capital* and
"One of the senators, who they wouldn't tell us, complained because we were armed in the building," he said.
They were then given a choice, disarm or there's the door.
"So we all packed up and left," he said.
There's Highway Patrol all over the building- armed- and that's ok, but someone not a direct minion of the State of Oklahoma? Well, can't have that, right?
We also have the cowardice of "I want them disarmed or out of here, but don't tell them I'm the one demanding it!" Wonderful people in politics.
This... I'm tending to agree with Juan's teacher in History and Moral Philosophy: sometimes punishment SHOULD be cruel and unusual. Like strapping them into car seats and leaving them there. Until burial.
There are reasons daughter has muttered 'I HATE people' at times. These two wastes of oxygen are a fine illustration.
*I shall for the moment pass on "How do you think honest people feel about being treated even worse? THEY can't come through the bloody doors legally carrying."