Kroger is asking shoppers to leave their guns home – stopping short of banning the “open carry” of firearms in states like Ohio and Kentucky where it is legal.
The retailer also endorsed laws strengthening background checks and for keeping guns out of the hands of people deemed at risk of waging violence, according to our media partners at the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Kroger asking shoppers to leave guns at home
And in one grand swoop, we have lost at least two decades of Gun Rights.
The avalanche of other business copying the same standard is coming. But I am assured by people in the know that the cool kids’ gun groups will have this taken care off in less than a week. So I will just sit back and enjoy the fruits of somebody else’s labor for a change.
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Lost two decades of gun rights?? LOL
What have we lost? That a few business are politely requesting we don’t open carry? Just like Starbucks and a few other ones did? Besides I thought you were against that anyway.
It’s not like they are banning guns completely. Why aren’t they? Because they know the power of gun owners. They are trying to play a middle ground. Let the anti-gunners dance in the blood of the dead.
We know we have lost nothing.
I can’t wait til Wayne “Let’s Join Forces with an Antigun Lawyer so I can Grift more” LaPiererereere calls them up and stops this.
What ave we lost?
We are seen by corporate and potential mas killers at worst or a disruption of business at best.
You go ahead and keep thinking we are winning this one.
But please, let us know when you go visit the CEOs of the companies and make them change their minds. We will give you the proper kudos for your actions.
We do want to see how a person with your political purity can achieve such an amazing success.
Well damn, guess I continue to conceal carry there like always. Outta sight, outta mind (like their suits have any).
I remember when we lost the momentum.
It was when an attempt to clean up the background checks got blasted by the no compromise pro-gun advocates when it was attached to conceal carry reciprocity.
Rights were expanding from the end of the AWB to that moment.
What pisses me off the most about that is the no compromise folks had clearly not read the bill, and we got the bill they were complaining about later on WITHOUT the reciprocity. Way to go guys!
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