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    Just to meet someone - No.
    For a bunch of tea - No.

    If it involved a significant amount of money, it would be open for consideration.
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    HELL NO!!!!

    And NO "security" team is setting foot in my house either!!!
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    He's pretty pro gun. But who knows. I'd make a deal, he could come to my house armed if he wanted to. We'd be even.


    Mike, what are the odds Penn Gillette was armed too? Pretty good I'd think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TN_Mike View Post
    I was not armed when I met Gene Hackman and Dennis Hopper because I was 17 and an extra in the movie "Hoosiers".
    Now, that's a story I would love to hear...... would have liked to have been there.

    For Rove, Bush, or Costner, .... I would probably go along with it. IN my house, it really wouldn't matter, as there is a gun somewhere nearby anyway. LOL, and I"m doubting I would really need it during their visit.

    So, if it matters to you to meet them, then do it.... go along with it, it won't be for that long anyway for a one time deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDW4ME View Post
    Just to meet someone - No.
    For a bunch of tea - No.

    If it involved a significant amount of money, it would be open for consideration.
    Exactally.
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    Any Celebrity I would like to meet shouldn't be worried about my right to carry,in fact I'm pretty sure they would embrace it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^ THIS ^^^^^^^^^^^

    And I really don't think he's the kind of guy who is going to ask someone to remove their guns from their homes. He's a conservative, not a liberal.

    A "security sweep" does not necessarily equate to being disarmed.

    But getting back to what Buckeye .45 said, I'm not disarming in my own home. That would be a deal breaker if that requirement was imposed as part of the visit.
    I agree. Sounds hypocritical for someone who makes their living supporting the conservative perspective.
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    No thanks, I'll stay armed...
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    Hey Exactly: I think archer51 said it as well as can be said. Who the hell does this "celebrity" think he is anyway---if this is of such concern to him, he should not be having contests that involve such visits.

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    What's funny is Charleton Heston's people (when he was alive) would probably ask you just carry a rifle (lol). Clint Eastwood's people would probably not want you armed. (John Hinckley, anyone?).

    I will not allow a repair person to OC in my house. I'd ask him to leave the mag in the car at least. Why, since I promote OC? Well inside my house I know I'm safe and not a hothead, and I demand disparity of force -in my own home-. It's stupid to do otherwise. I will concede it's kinda dumb on my part, because the guy could CC, but hey, I do what I can not having a metal detector.

    Thus I can understand why Rush's people might ask to do a security sweep. They don't know you aren't a Mark Chapman type. So meet him in public, like Starbucks and OC to your heart's content. I would not let anyone sweep my house. Strangers take stuff and plant things (and drop things). A Hollywood type's security team drops a packet of crack out of their pocket looking under the couch and it goes unnoticed, and then what? Bugs are extremely small and could be planted. Paranoia? IDK, it's not like the old days where someone had to have privacy to bug you and cops didn't know enough to plant evidence. Today all bets are off and everyone is suspect until proven trustworthy. I never trust anyone completely without verifying even my SO.

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    NO!!!

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    I wouldn't disarm for family members let alone someone I don't know and could care less about.

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    I'm going to mirror everyone else and say, HELL NO!!

    My boss listens to Rush Limbaugh. It drives me crazy. I agree with some of what he says (he's a little too neocon for me on most things) but he's just obnoxious.

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    Instead of coming into my home, I would have him out on my west lawn for a beer or even a cup of his tea.
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    Not sure what they would say, but say they asked you to disarm and/or remove some of the firearms/ammunition beforehand, would you do so?

    Negative..... In-fact, just because the question was proposed I'd offer up the following.... "in the words of Martin Lawrence" GET TO STEPP'IN! As the door slams shut.
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