Is it a good idea, for example, to add concealed weapons to the already problematic issue of road rage?
And let's think about domestic violence situations, which threaten the very core of our society: the family unit. Is it wise to make it lawful for domestic partners who are at or near the boiling point to arm themselves while out in public, so that when they do boil over, the gun can be used with possibly deadly results?
Throw in overindulgence in alcohol, something our state lawmakers address almost every legislative session, and the mix of concealed weapons, human emotions and intoxication becomes a certain disaster.
It sure sounds like Ms. Schultz and I are on the same page. I've mentioned those very things in my Famous 10% post.
What's your opinion? Is Wisconsin going to join the other states which allow concealed carry? Why have they been so slow in adopting this legislation? Do you think the majority of Wisconsin citizens agree with Peggy Schultz?
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