It’s True! People Are Losing Their 2nd Amendment Right To Bear Arms

Filed in National by on November 16, 2012

But it isn’t President Obama who’s taking away people’s 2nd Amendment rights:

A gun shop in Arizona has a clear message to would-be customers who happened to vote for President Barack Obama: take your business elsewhere.

The Southwest Shooting Authority in Pinetop, Ariz. took out an advertisement last week in the local newspaper, the White Mountain Independent, that spelled out the store’s new policy in explicit terms.

“If you voted for Barack Obama your business is not welcome at Southwest Shooting Authority,” the ad reads. “You have proven that you are not responsible enough to own a firearm.”

And… there you go.  A commenter over at TPM said, “You can’t spell crazy without AZ.”

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  1. EllieMurasaki says:

    Does that mean bank owners can turn away potential customers who’re Romney voters on the grounds that they’ve proven themselves not responsible enough to handle large sums of money?

  2. Jason330 says:

    Poor chap. I hope he feels better. These Obama haters are cryiest cry babies ever.

  3. Grin says:

    My sister is a school teacher no far from Pinetop. I pray she still carries. The crazy is epic out there.

  4. Jason330 says:

    If she does she stands a great chance of shooting herself or being shot by someone she knows with that gun. And that is all I’m going to say about that.

  5. Liberal Elite says:

    yea. Exactly… over 90% of all gun deaths in the US are family and friends.

  6. TC says:

    Apparently, Republicans need to be Ferberized.

  7. jason330 says:

    I had to look up Ferberized, but yes – they do.

  8. bamboozer says:

    Interesting to see various businesses and corporations cutting thier own profits, especially the hated Papa Jon Schnatter. Sort of like self deporting themselves out of business.

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