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OK: Constitutional carry, bad idea
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
Website: http://www.marktaff.com

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Loosening Oklahoma’s gun possession laws to put more guns in more hands of untrained people is a bad idea.

We support the Second Amendment, but do not think that should imply a firearms free-for-all.

The pending permitless-carry measure – vetoed last year by Gov. Mary Fallin – would eliminate common-sense protections in Oklahoma’s gun laws. It passed along political party lines in the House, and the Senate is likely to approve it this week. Gov. Kevin Stitt said he “looks forward” to signing it.

We urge the Senate to defeat the bill and the governor to reconsider his position.

Ed: CC was signed by the governor.
 

Comment by: Stripeseven (2/28/2019)
Serve.. Not Rule.. Shall not Infringe..
 

Comment by: jac (2/28/2019)
There have not been any problem in the 14 or so states that have already passed constitutional carry. This is just one of the issues that have brought out the Chicken Littles with their sky is falling mentality.

All this does is allow law abiding citizens to carry a gun without a license. People that would be able to get a license if they were to pay the fee and jump through whatever other hoops have been invented to restrict lawful carry.

Considering that criminals don't obey the law anyway, all this does is give law abiding citizens the same privileges exercised by criminals.
 

Comment by: PHORTO (2/28/2019)
Restoring constitutionally protected fundamental rights to their original scope is never a bad idea.

Those who insist that bearing arms is a privilege and not a right know that it just isn't so, but they hate the idea so much that they pump out a constant stream of disingenuous lies and impotent arguments to diminish that which cannot legitimately be diminished.

The existence of and scope of fundamental natural rights are not subject to further debate. They are NOT privileges.
 

Comment by: shootergdv (2/28/2019)
We allow millions of "untrained" and sometimes illegal voters to vote. Rights all deserve same respect
 

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