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December 30, 2012


Thanks for helping to spread the word about the danger of concealed weapons in public.

If someone wanted to bring a gun into any of these places, whey will find a way. You can't stop them.

Trust me, Madigan doesn't want to appeal this wonderful ruling, if she does, it will backfire and we will end up with constitutional carry. Concealed carry is coming wether you want it or not. It's about time too.

Law abiding gun owners do not shoot innocent people.

Changing laws to criminalize law abiding gun owners will only mean more criminals in the streets with guns.

It's time to start thinking for yourself, people of Illinois.

Stop letting other people think for you & think the gun issue all the way home. You can not legislate away evil. It will not work. It never has.

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