Do you feel safe while shopping?
The ever growing trend of banning guns in public & private places, such as Starbucks and Chili’s (and even colleges & schools), is beginning to frustrate those of us who understand the fundamentals of gun control and criminal intent. Criminals don’t follow gun control laws, therefore banning guns does not help. I am sad to announce that Kroger is under fire for its tolerance for firearms. Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (MDAGSA) is targeting Kroger with a ridiculous ad campaign aimed at damaging the company’s public image in order to manipulate them into compliance with their ideals (extortion). See article here. I suppose people and organizations like MDAGSA won’t stop until guns are banned, outlawed, and completely illegal in the USA.
I know this is a classic argument we use against such ridiculous irrational thought process, but I think I will bring it up once more. When an armed criminal enters a store with malcontent, everybody in said store is in immediate danger (especially if the criminal is on drugs). If he decides to shoot the clerk because she looked at him funny, and all law abiding citizens with firearms left them in the car, well, we have a sad scenario on our hands.
This growing trend of no tolerance for carrying is becoming a sore point for 2nd amendment practicing individuals. Let us fight this insanity and let our voices be heard. Thankfully, Kroger is sticking to its guns (pun intended) and allowing its customers to carry. Let us show our support of their decision by shopping Kroger (or purchasing their brand food). I myself would feel safer shopping at Kroger.
Thankfully, Kroger is sticking to its guns (pun intended) and allowing its customers to carry.
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