North Carolina now allows for CWP holders to attend places where alcohol is served but they cannot consume it. Cue the Freaky Nannies who are busy placing Gun Free Zones in their locales because…you now, them signs are force fields against bad intentions. And of course, there is always one idiot who cannot seem to understand the concept of hypocrisy.

“I just wonder what else the legislature is wasting their time on,” Blue Horn Lounge owner Tim Wood said, “with all the problems we have now.”

The Blue Horn Lounge’s tinted windowfront on Franklin Street made the partnership’s sticker invisible, so he went online and ordered another kind.

“Guns are a tool for killing. Alcohol is a tool for making bad judgment,” Wood said. “The two should not be combined.”

via CHAPEL HILL: Chapel Hill downtown group tackles N.C. gun law changes | Chapel Hill |

He badmouths gun owners but has no problem selling alcohol that is “a tool for making bad judgment.” I wonder how many DUIs have originated from his place of business and he has not given a crap.

Basically, the ones that won’t get intoxicated cannot come in and those who want to get bombed are welcome. Make sense from a purely business point of view.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

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  1. Actually it makes very little sense from a business point of view.

    I regularly act as the Designated Driver for my group of friends (we take turns, hence “regularly”). Among other things, this means I have more than a little say in where we go. If I don’t feel welcome, my group (looking to spend a few hundred dollars) and I won’t be coming to your place.

    I may not be buying, but I do get to decide where everyone else buys. Business owners like this can go pound sand.

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