Paul has a new rant messing both sides of his shorts over the recent court decision in Oklahoma regarding firearms at the workplace.
I'm honestly mixed on the issue of protection vs property rights so I present these two questions that will never be answered:
1. Are the businesses willing to accept responsibility and accountability for the safety of their employees when traveling to and from work?
2. Does the Brady Campaign think this decision will actually stop anyone who wants to shoot up their workplace from doing so?
Paul does highlight that the judge was completely biased in his opinion by citing the Brady Bunch in his report and claiming that firearms present a workplace hazard when it's the disgruntled employees that are the ones doing the shooting.
Of course Paul also considers outright gun bans to be "just common sense".