It's time for a lawsuit over "gun free zones"

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlassWolf View Post
    I think it's time that ALL gun control laws are found in violation of the second amendment, and thereby quashed.
    FLA of 1934? gone. gun ban of 1968? gone. gun free zones by force of law? gone. all of this nonsense, including the need for a government permit to carry concealed, gone.
    Agreed. I've always been appalled at the idea of having to apply for "permission" to exercise a Constitutional right. But since I don't want my future destroyed, I go along with it like everyone else.
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    Your future is what you make it, or by inaction, allow it to become.
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    I am free because I know that I alone am morally responsible for everything I do. I am free, no matter what rules surround me. If I find them tolerable, I tolerate them; if I find them too obnoxious, I break them. I am free because I know that I alone am morally responsible for everything I do.

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    It seems to me that if an establishment denies me the right to protect myself in order to use an establishment open to the public, the establishment is accepting the responsibility for protecting me from injury due to a possible criminal attack. If I were to be injured by a criminal attack that I might have been able to resist if armed, then I should be able to sue the establishment for not protecting me. With people bringing suit for all manner of trivial matters why is this approach not being used to go after the theaters and malls that deny firearms but provide no other effective security?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodgerfan View Post
    The recent attack I. San Bernardino was not in. GfZ so your premise false. Be careful when you start an argument with such a clarifier as "every". You shot a hole in you argument in the first sentence.
    OP posted almost 3 years ago.

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    I predict if we eliminate gun free zones the mass murders will end.We allowed teachers and professors to arm themselves we
    haven't had a school shooting in a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tenncvol View Post
    It seems to me that if an establishment denies me the right to protect myself in order to use an establishment open to the public, the establishment is accepting the responsibility for protecting me from injury due to a possible criminal attack. If I were to be injured by a criminal attack that I might have been able to resist if armed, then I should be able to sue the establishment for not protecting me. With people bringing suit for all manner of trivial matters why is this approach not being used to go after the theaters and malls that deny firearms but provide no other effective security?
    If there is a sign, don't go in. I don't think publicly owned (government owned) buildings should be gfz's and are illegal. If it's private property, then it's their right to limit firearms. I choose not to shop in those stores

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