In Virginia, a Republican legislator is leading an effort that would force Governor Terry McAuliffe to lead by example when it comes to his crusade against concealed carry:
— Katie Watson (@kathrynw5) December 28, 2015
National Journal’s Ron Fournier doesn’t like it:
Just when you think politics can't get more petty, more corrosive, even more dangerous … https://t.co/FNXvvcxjHs
— Ron Fournier (@ron_fournier) December 28, 2015
But if McAuliffe’s correct that more guns means more danger, the state GOP’s effort would actually make him safer, right?
@ron_fournier Don't see the problem here. Don't more guns cause more crime according to you?
— ParatrooperJJ (@ParatrooperJJ) December 28, 2015
Ron thinks people should be protected with guns, but only if they have the proper title, not lowly commoners. https://t.co/FoBzb7AagK
— Doc Is Done (@Doc_68W_) December 28, 2015
Seems fair to me. https://t.co/uWhNzztJIO
— John Ekdahl (@JohnEkdahl) December 28, 2015
— Benjamin Williams (@NCBenWilliams) December 28, 2015
@ron_fournier Tacky, perhaps. But the legislature was bypassed on concealed carry decision. Some response was to be expected.
— M. G. A. (@edw8ri) December 28, 2015
— Jeff Doughty (@doughty_jeff) December 28, 2015
@ron_fournier Is Terry's life any more valuable than mine or yours?
— Madlaw (@madlaw1071) December 28, 2015
What's dangerous is taking away citizens Second Amendment Rights, Ron.
Why should taxpayers pay for HIS protection? https://t.co/EKfPr8pMGq
— ⭐❤ Harriet Baldwin (@HarrietBaldwin) December 28, 2015