The stupidity of the left is a constant source of comfort to me in my conservative choices: Chicago-area school officials don’t like ‘no guns’ stickers that picture guns.
“One of my biggest concerns as a principal is safety and security,” Tinley Park High School Principal Theresa Nolan told the Southtown Star. “It is bothersome to have to post a sticker of a gun that says, ‘Hey, folks, leave your guns at home.’ ”
Other school officials expressed concern with the signs as well.
“It is not necessarily something you’d want on a school building,” District 123 Superintendent Paul Enderle said. “But it correlates with the law, and I think if it ultimately helps to keep schools safe, that’s the objective.”
Quite aside from the fact that mere pictures of guns are enough to send lefty school officials screaming in terror like 1950’s housewives who’ve just spotted a mouse, how well is that ‘Gun Free Zone’ thing working anyway? How many firearm murders have taken place in Gun Free Zones compared to gun shows?
Updates: In other anti-Gun Hysteria News:
In Massachusetts: “Gun Control has failed, So we need more gun control!”
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In return for our investment in jobs, facilities and assistance to the local economy, we ask for respect and a supportive business climate.
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Unfortunately, as we were planning that expansion, Maryland’s governor and legislature voted in favor of new regulations that unfairly attack products we make and that our customers want.
These regulations also demean our law-abiding customers, who must now be fingerprinted like criminals before they can be allowed to purchase one of our products.
…Because of these new restrictions and the pattern of harassment aimed at lawful firearm owners we have seen in Maryland over the decades, we decided to expand our facilities in a state that shows more respect for citizens who exercise their Second Amendment rights.
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We chose Tennessee because the governor and legislators in that state understand what it means to support businesses (such as through job recruitment and training programs) that improve employment in the state without treating companies as a necessary evil.