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Gun Control & RKBA

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Tue Nov 5, 2013, 03:14 PM Nov 2013

Should visitors to schools be prohibited from bringing firearms on the property? [View all]

9 votes, 2 passes | Time left: Unlimited
Schools should have the right to prohibit carrying firearms on their property (excepting law enforcement)
6 (67%)
Schools should not have the right to prohibit carrying firearms on their property
3 (33%)
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Of course... KansDem Nov 2013 #1
Such a sign is absolutely meaningless in Texas... S_B_Jackson Nov 2013 #37
I'd argue with you but since you believe that "quotas" are required for minorities, let's not CreekDog Nov 2013 #38
With regards to the poll question in this topic S_B_Jackson Nov 2013 #41
I never referred to a sign, are you confused? CreekDog Nov 2013 #42
Kansdem, however did.... S_B_Jackson Nov 2013 #44
yes, gejohnston Nov 2013 #2
Of course, you would have to be a fucking moron to think otherwise. bowens43 Nov 2013 #3
sssshhhhh CreekDog Nov 2013 #7
From one FM to another .... Straw Man Nov 2013 #29
In the state of West Virginia, Staph Nov 2013 #4
No Omnith Nov 2013 #5
This message was self-deleted by its author CreekDog Nov 2013 #6
This message was self-deleted by its author Omnith Nov 2013 #8
"Property" is too broad - I'd say the line should be drawn at the boundary petronius Nov 2013 #9
People who bring guns places to commit violence don't give a shit if their prohbited or not davepc Nov 2013 #10
Why exempt law enforcement? n/t oneshooter Nov 2013 #11
By "Prohibition", I take you to mean "should there be a law or laws". NYC_SKP Nov 2013 #12
the poll questions are clear. CreekDog Nov 2013 #13
I didn't see the exception for LEOs at first, iPhone at the time, back at hotel now. NYC_SKP Nov 2013 #14
Let individual school districts decide for themselves GreenStormCloud Nov 2013 #15
Pretty much my take, and the law in Texas public schools. Eleanors38 Nov 2013 #20
well that's what my poll asked, why are you struggling so hard? CreekDog Nov 2013 #39
I didn't read the poll correctly. GreenStormCloud Nov 2013 #40
I thought they were already in most states. discntnt_irny_srcsm Nov 2013 #16
I think the OP wants to see who might like to undo such prohibitions. NYC_SKP Nov 2013 #17
Yes but if I had an opinion which I was interested in... discntnt_irny_srcsm Nov 2013 #18
Been there.... NYC_SKP Nov 2013 #19
too hard a question for you Skip huh? CreekDog Nov 2013 #24
Hey CreekDog! Look, I think the way your wrote the subject line and poll choices is faulty: NYC_SKP Nov 2013 #30
Not waiting by the keyboard for an answer are ya? discntnt_irny_srcsm Nov 2013 #43
Hell no. I'm still wondering what happened to Robb. NYC_SKP Nov 2013 #46
Maybe... discntnt_irny_srcsm Nov 2013 #47
Oh, My! NYC_SKP Nov 2013 #48
And Toto, too! discntnt_irny_srcsm Nov 2013 #49
I think bannign a LEO from picking up his kid Jenoch Nov 2013 #21
read the poll/post you're responding to next time CreekDog Nov 2013 #23
I was making a specific point Jenoch Nov 2013 #25
Yes, I noticed the question was too hard for you CreekDog Nov 2013 #27
I never click on any internet 'poll'. Jenoch Nov 2013 #28
In Texas, you can have the gun in the car. GreenStormCloud Nov 2013 #22
The Texas law is how it should be. Jenoch Nov 2013 #31
As long as the gun is out of sight, it can be loaded and easily reachable. N/T GreenStormCloud Nov 2013 #32
It can be, but it might be against the law. Jenoch Nov 2013 #35
In Texas it can be on school grounds, but not in the school building. GreenStormCloud Nov 2013 #36
AB-SO-LUTELY. That's just common sense. eom BlueCaliDem Nov 2013 #26
Minnesota has it about right Oneka Nov 2013 #33
What schools? Bazinga Nov 2013 #34
Given its a public school and the person is complying with carrying/possession laws, I'm ok with it. aikoaiko Nov 2013 #45
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