Saturday, September 09, 2006

How's that again?

WisPolitics reports on a sparsely-attended gun nut sportsmen's meeting sponsored by Uber Nut Bob Dohnal, where Congressman Mark Green waxed eloquent about guns:
Republican gubernatorial candidate Mark Green, who was the keynote speaker at the conference, said that without concealed carry legislation law-abiding hunters are having their rights infringed upon.

“The fact is, that we have a tremendous amount of sportsmen in this state, including myself, who are law-abiding and feel safer with guns,” said Green. “As long as we have a conceal carry law in effect, we will be able to help educate people more about guns and we will be able to provide more training.”
Hunters are infringed on? Because they can't stick a rifle down their pantleg, or what?

And what exactly is it that prevents people from being educated about guns or trained to use them now?

3 Comments:

At 6:43 PM, Blogger Paul_Robeson said...

“As long as we have a conceal carry law in effect, we will be able to help educate people more about guns and we will be able to provide more training.”

So, wait -- you can't educate and train until you have conceal carry?

 
At 8:26 PM, Blogger Other Side said...

I'm all for conceal-carry if the gun nuts will agree to this one small rule:

Any threat of illegal gun usage, no matter how minimal, verbally, or in written form (including in blogs, because there are some who like to joke about shooting or hunting others) will result in ...

Jail terms (TBD)

No changing the subject, either.

 
At 9:47 AM, Blogger Dad29 said...

Since the proposed CCW law will require training before a permit is issued, it is highly likely that "more training" will occur.

Those who don't want a permit will not get training.

 

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