Jan 9, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger
How will families with youngsters feel about attending interpretive programs in national parks when the person next to them might be armed? Will the National Park Service have to install metal detectors in ...
I believe that firearms in the park would , help stop some of the violance conducted in the park and the thief's.
The danger in the parks from its animal population is most likly greater than a armed law abiding tax paying voting citizen.
Next thing will be that I cant shoot at the speed limit signs...
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