"Regular folks" can pack up an leave too. It may not be easy but they can follow their jobs to other states with less restriction.The current politico's in Connecticut have failed their history lessons, not understanding the depth and breadth of Connecticut's history with weapons and the 2A. Failure to pay attention to that history is costing them dearly. I don't like that regular folks are losing jobs because of these changes, but maybe those losses will be reflected at the polls.
This is true, and I hope that many current loyal employees are allowed to do just that -- follow the company to wherever they land and keep their job."Regular folks" can pack up an leave too. It may not be easy but they can follow their jobs to other states with less restriction.
I know it would be hard to leave behind family and friends. It's all a matter of priorities. A line has to be drawn in the minds of every free man/woman. Beyond this point, I vote with my feet.
Amen. I do too.:congrats::congrats:
I hope more follow...:hand9:
The move by PTR may surprise some lawmakers, like U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), who haven’t been taking gun makers’ threats seriously.
“Gun manufacturers are like other businesses in looking for the highest quality workforce, the best business environment in terms of transportation and taxes and other features unrelated to any regulatory action,” Blumenthal said in an interview last week.
“Their markets are national. What happens in Connecticut affects only purchases here,” he added.