One year anniversary of Wisconsin's conceal...

Nov 1, 2012 Full story: WTAQ-AM Green Bay 19

MADISON Today is the first anniversary of Wisconsin's concealed weapons law and the state's attorney general says it's working as well as expected.

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Milw TaXpayer

Waukesha, WI

#1 Nov 3, 2012
I now buy gas anywhere I want.:>)

Since: Aug 12

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#2 Nov 3, 2012
Milw TaXpayer wrote:
I now buy gas anywhere I want.:>)
I always have bought gas anyplace I please.
Milw TaXpayer, what kept you from getting gas before?
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#3 Nov 4, 2012
I buy fuel for my vehicle where I d*mn well please, and I don't need a weapon to do so.

Is the handgun the new large and/or fast car? I guess they need to make up for what they lack where they can. Eh?
Oblama needs to go!!

Milwaukee, WI

#4 Nov 4, 2012
All of you that are against the CC law please if we are ever in a business and a criminal pulls a gun to your head please remind me to not pull out my gun and save you!!!

Since: Aug 12

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#5 Nov 4, 2012
I'm not against it at all! I'm for it, just I get gas wherever I like with or without my gun!*notice I said my gun, obviously I'm for it and use it lol it just doesn't make anymore or less scared/feel safe
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#6 Nov 5, 2012
[QUOTE who="Oblama needs to go!!"]All of you that are against the CC law please if we are ever in a business and a criminal pulls a gun to your head please remind me to not pull out my gun and save you!!![/QUOTE]
Who posted any anti-firearm sentiments?

A firearm doesn't keep you safe... Creating and maintaining a society in which you don't need one keeps you safe. Creating and maintaining a society in which people think they need a firearm to be safe is a dangerous proposition. I thought we wanted firearms to keep us safe from an overreaching government and home intruders. Now, we need firearms to fill up at the pump?

I hope they're not carrying'n'pumping on the East Coast.

Since: Aug 12

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#7 Nov 5, 2012
PR and Proud wrote:
[QUOTE who="Oblama needs to go!!"]All of you that are against the CC law please if we are ever in a business and a criminal pulls a gun to your head please remind me to not pull out my gun and save you!!! "

Who posted any anti-firearm sentiments?

A firearm doesn't keep you safe... Creating and maintaining a society in which you don't need one keeps you safe. Creating and maintaining a society in which people think they need a firearm to be safe is a dangerous proposition. I thought we wanted firearms to keep us safe from an overreaching government and home intruders. Now, we need firearms to fill up at the pump?

I hope they're not carrying'n'pumping on the East Coast.
And we also need them for sport (hunting)
Oblama needs to go!!

Milwaukee, WI

#8 Nov 5, 2012
PR and Proud wrote:
[QUOTE who="Oblama needs to go!!"]All of you that are against the CC law please if we are ever in a business and a criminal pulls a gun to your head please remind me to not pull out my gun and save you!!! "

Who posted any anti-firearm sentiments?

A firearm doesn't keep you safe... Creating and maintaining a society in which you don't need one keeps you safe. Creating and maintaining a society in which people think they need a firearm to be safe is a dangerous proposition. I thought we wanted firearms to keep us safe from an overreaching government and home intruders. Now, we need firearms to fill up at the pump?

I hope they're not carrying'n'pumping on the East Coast.
You did in a round about way.
Milw TaXpayer

Waukesha, WI

#9 Nov 5, 2012
Some times I am required to be in/near the inner city at odd hours of the night and some areas we were advised not to stop for anything, but now if I need gas at 1-2AM I am more likely to stop and fill up anywhere knowing I can protect myself.
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#10 Nov 6, 2012
Milw TaXpayer wrote:
Some times I am required to be in/near the inner city at odd hours of the night and some areas we were advised not to stop for anything, but now if I need gas at 1-2AM I am more likely to stop and fill up anywhere knowing I can protect myself.
Ooooh, the big, bad inner city. Everyone knows how often people are held up at 1-2 AM in the big, ol' city. Give us a break, eh? Are you afraid a bunch of kids will riot? Oh yeah! That happened outside of the inner city (Mayfair Mall & State Fair Park). Are you afraid some so-called white kid will walk in and stick up the joint while you're getting some ice cream? Oh yeah! That happened outside of downtown Kenosha.

Gas stations aren't often located deep inside neighborhoods in the inner city. They're located on brightly lit main streets. You're more likely to get robbed and/or killed delivering a pizza in the inner city than you are stopping for gas. If the guy sticking you up has a firearm and is just as willing to use it, yours doesn't make you anymore safe. This isn't the Old West.
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#11 Nov 6, 2012
91V3UP wrote:
<quoted text>
And we also need them for sport (hunting)
I've heard (from friends) too many scary hunting close calls. I buy firearms for protecting home & family. I'm a veteran. I don't buy firearms needed for [personal] sport and protection on the streets. It would be great, if we didn't need them at all... But that's not the world in which we live.

Truth be told, the firearms argument is actually about feeling better about us (due to complacency) letting the world around us grow out-of-our-grasp. It's not just the government, specifically US Congress, it's about our neighborhoods and cities. Responsible people moving back to the cities is a very good current trend. That will make our cities safer, because with those people comes a sense of hope and success in the pursuit of happiness.

The first thing a Drill Instructor/Sergeant does when he/she gets in a new truck of recruits does is to weed out-breakdown-refocus the problems. Why? That refocus will create an atmosphere of responsibility. Then, they take the troops to the range.
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#12 Nov 6, 2012
[QUOTE who="Oblama needs to go!!"]<quoted text>
You did in a round about way.[/QUOTE]

Take this yahoo for example. Do I really want some nut, who spouts off before he/she knows what he/she is on about, walking around with a firearm with little to no sense of responsibility? Of course not.
Barney

Mesa, AZ

#13 Nov 27, 2012
Yeah, only professionals, like the NYPD should carry guns! I'm being sarcastic, btw.
Kat

Ballwin, MO

#14 Nov 27, 2012
I used to live in Milwaukee area. I am so thankful to be away from all those liberals up there. They let the unions think for them and the unions have them walk the picket lines while the fat-cats are spending all your union dues to promote liberal politicians to keep all you little pawn liberals in your place. Wake up....think for yourselves. Liberalism takes away your freedoms right from under your nose and you are too ignorant to smell the socialistic stink around you.
Oblama needs to go!!

Racine, WI

#15 Nov 28, 2012
PR and Proud wrote:
[QUOTE who="Oblama needs to go!!"]<quoted text>
You did in a round about way. "

Take this yahoo for example. Do I really want some nut, who spouts off before he/she knows what he/she is on about, walking around with a firearm with little to no sense of responsibility? Of course not.
Well clearly you are the idiot. Making assumptions you know anything about a person from posts on a stupid blog. If you are that clueless that you think you know a person from a couple comments you are really stupid.
Milw TaXpayer

Waukesha, WI

#16 Dec 5, 2012
PR and Proud wrote:
<quoted text>
Who posted any anti-firearm sentiments?
A firearm doesn't keep you safe... Creating and maintaining a society in which you don't need one keeps you safe. Creating and maintaining a society in which people think they need a firearm to be safe is a dangerous proposition. I thought we wanted firearms to keep us safe from an overreaching government and home intruders. Now, we need firearms to fill up at the pump?
I hope they're not carrying'n'pumping on the East Coast.
Yea, a gun free society like the ones in England and Australia where crime doesn't exist! Dream on!
Moyege

Grayson, GA

#17 Jan 2, 2013
Whats going on?
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Grayson, GA

#18 Jan 2, 2013
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