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Old 05-23-2014, 01:59 PM   #1
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Default Pit BBQ gun ban pays off....

for the bad guys. Poetic justice.

http://townhall.com/tipsheet/christinerousselle/2014/05/21/nc-restaurant-with-no-guns-allowed-sign-robbed-at-gunpoint-n1841472

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Old 05-23-2014, 03:16 PM   #2
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well, will they now change there policy??

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well, will they now change there policy??
Nope. There were no confealed firearms or firearms in the hands of victims so no harm done. Liberals are joyous over people getting killed hurt raped robbed at any body count so long as the victims are not armed and the criminals arent hurt.

Thats why you never see a liberal outraged over some innocent person hurt but they will march and protest anytime some homeowner shoots a thug trying to rape his daughter...
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Thats why you never see a liberal outraged over some innocent person hurt but they will march and protest anytime some homeowner shoots a thug trying to rape his daughter...
Until his daughter is the one that is raped.

I had a liberal neighbor whose leashed dog was attacked by a loose pit bull. As she was telling me the story, i pointed to my firearm and said, "now you know why I carry". It was like a lightbulb went off.
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Well, the obvious question of course, is whether there was a sign posted by the back doors. The robbers came in through the back entrance, if there was no sign posted there, how were they supposed to know? If there was not a "no guns" sign posted by the back entrance, then the robbery is the fault of the owner, due to his failure to notify potential robbers of the "no guns" policy. It's really that simple.
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Well, the obvious question of course, is whether there was a sign posted by the back doors. The robbers came in through the back entrance, if there was no sign posted there, how were they supposed to know? If there was not a "no guns" sign posted by the back entrance, then the robbery is the fault of the owner, due to his failure to notify potential robbers of the "no guns" policy. It really that simple.
You are so right. I never considered that!!
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Well if it is that easy.....

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I am not sure what it proves, I am sure there are plenty of places robed that don't have no firearms signs.

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Ahh, criminals do not observe "gun free zones", maybe? You think?

Just guessin' here....

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