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Old 08-09-2012, 04:02 AM   #21
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I've been considering having a batch of gun buster signs made up with a small printed statement beneath the logo that reads...

"Yes, the owners of this establishment DO have our heads deeply imbeded in our arse's Howevere should you be shot while on our premises you do have the right to sue us for reckless endangerment because we have allowed our Eutopian desires to deny you your god given right of self preservation."

I could then keep them in my truck and add the business doors already displaying there own.

I'm really curious to see how long the owner and employees would walk past it without reading the small print!

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Old 08-09-2012, 04:22 AM   #22
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Thanks JonM. I enjoy your posts and Tacks posts. Seems like we tend to think alike and know how to "engage" the anti-rights crowd. I'm surprised those signs hold weight in Texas.
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Signs. What signs? I didn't see any signs......
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What state are those signs from? Doesn't seem logical on the first one because dirt bags don't have a permit. I guess if you DON'T have a permit you could carry on those premises???
We have a similar sign on the courthouse door here. Also when I went in to pickup my concealed permit, the Sheriffs office told me "Do Not bring any firearm into the the Sheriffs office" when you come to pickup your permit. Thats OK by me.
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can't decide whether this is funny or sad
It's damn funny after you slap it on the door of your local LIBTARD business owner then check daily to see how long they walk past it before noticing!

Could be days and day of chuckles.

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Oho is only one of two states that holds a business owner liable for posting those signs - it's in the state code that the owner is liable should people be injured. This was done to take the liability off the state paying all the medical bills for people that should have been legally able to defend themselves.

If we take a page from the antis playbook and garner control in small, calculated moves, we could be greatly aided by more states passing laws that protect them from business owners creating dangerous and costly situations for the state by disarming state-licensed citizens. Every gunbuster sign posted makes the business owner liable for ALL damages and suits.

Think the signs would thin out then??
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i kinda disagree. a public business is a public place not private property. the supreme court has ruled on this sort of thing. just because states have chosen to ignore and disrespect my right to self defense is not going to make me respect them.

you cant bar a person fom a business based on race sex or political opinions. a business cannot remove your inalienable rights just because they disagree with them. hang a sign on a door at walmart saying no blacks, democrats, muslims see how that goes.
I can't bring my Siberian husky into a restaurant. Why? She's not going to pee on the floor or bother people. How many places have a "No shirt, no shoes, no service" sign? Plenty. It's their policy. I respect it.

You're right that courts have ruled every which way in every state differently on whether people do or don't have a right to carry in workplaces or businesses. I'm looking at it from a libertarian perspective: it's a privately-owned business and the owners have let me know what they do and don't want, so I'll respect them by not spending my money there. Simple as that.
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