Thursday, May 14, 2009

b.y.o.b.*

more great civic proposals from the land of the free:

hamburgers, hot dogs, brats and guns at picnic

onalaska, wis. — a picnic open to the public at a park in la crosse county will offer free brats and hamburgers and an invitation to bring your gun. organizer hubert hoffman said sunday's picnic at marvin gardens park in the town of onalaska celebrates a recent opinion from state attorney general j.b. van hollen that citizens who openly carry firearms should not be cited for disorderly conduct.

hoffman said the picnic is open to everyone, including children and those who don't want to bring a gun.

the gun rights advocate said it's a way to let the public know that openly carrying a firearm isn't dangerous or risky.

la crosse county sheriff's capt. mike horstman said hoffman is "legally entitled" to host the open carry picnic.


come one, come all i hope this event has a HUGE turnout i am going to see if we can get our planting done early and try to attend it myself!

good for you guys. rights not exercised are in time, lost. in addition, the gun grabbers need to see that honest armed citizens are no threat to civility or public order. criminals are nowhere found where the risk outweighs any potential gain. in fact, i’ll wager that gathering will be the safest place in the state.

GRRRREAT post, lori. thanks.


* (bring your own beretta)

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