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Old 09-15-2014, 04:52 PM   #91
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Originally Posted by Mercator View Post
Capt can speak for himself, I only want to tell you, the school policy is not infringement.

A school building is not a free-for-all public access area. It is restricted access, by definition. You have the RTKBA, nobody is taking your gun, they just don't want your gun in the building. You have your freedom of speech as well, but if you enter the building with a politically charged poster, they will ask you to leave. You can keep and bear your poster, just not on their property.

In the military, in any business, you agree to limit your behavior within their narrow standards. If you want to do everything the Constitution permits, to the fullest, you are out.
Yes and no!!! Does the 'school' have the authority to tell you if you did not vote a specific way or if you go to a certain church it is unlawful for you to enter????? This is not about a 'gun' it is about a 'person'. If the 'person' decides to exercise a specific 'RIGHT', in this case to be armed, how does anyone have the authority to say you are not allowed here if you do exercise this right, especially when it is a 'PUBLIC' school. I think you are allowing the spin of the progressives to influence your thought process.
Now if there was any proof what so ever that this 'restriction' made for a safer environment you have a SMALL bit of fact to argue this, but it is just the opposite, this restriction/violation of the RTKABA's makes for a more unsafe environment for our children!
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