“If I see someone carrying a gun in public, in a store, how do I know if they have a permit or not?” Chen said. “Unless they paste their permit on their sleeve, it’s hard to tell a criminal from a law-abiding ‘good guy’ with a gun.”Well for one, if they're not trying to rob you or the store while pushing their shopping cart and picking up a package of Doritos, you probably have nothing to worry about. But we all know that's not really the issue, this is:
“I will definitely avoid patronizing a store that refused to post the sign,” Decraene said. “I want to feel safe while I’m shopping.”It's got nothing to do w/ ACTUAL safety, it's her 'feeling' safe that's important and what MDA thinks laws should be based on.
And their supporters are just as stupid.
I say you should prove it. No one can tell. You can say anything. People should be able to feel safe while shopping or running errand.Prove what you idiot? License holders have already 'proven' to the police that they haven't committed any crimes, are mentally stable, and have jumped through all the other hoops demanded to get the license in the first place. Why should anyone have to 'prove' anything to you or any of your ilk? And again the 'feel safe' routine. I don't 'feel' safe w/ you being allowed to vote or breed. I think you should have to 'prove' you're competent to do either.
It's OK. We understand that to you, all firearm owners are stupid, knuckle-dragging 'untermenschen' and you would have no problems w/ uniformed authorities saying to us 'papieren bitte'.