Concealed Carry inoculation

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The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth has removed signs from its parishes warning people not to carry guns on church property. The Diocese hasn’t changed its no-guns policy. But officials worried the signs themselves made the churches a more attractive target. Some churches around Houston are taking similar precautions.

Last year’s attack at Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church forced the Houston Area Pastor Council to think about how to balance the need for safety with the need to provide a welcoming environment. The question of posting no-firearms signs was a big one, and ultimately most churches in the network decided against it.
“There was that concern that if these signs were posted, that it would be a signal that, very clearly, that potential shooters would have less resistance there, unless…those particular churches had visible, consistent, armed personnel or uniformed personnel, on-site, which some do but many don’t,” said Dave Welch, the Council’s executive director.

Houston Churches Remove ‘No Guns’ Signs, Citing Safety Concerns

Have they been illuminated by the wisdom of the Holy Ghost? More likely they got a dose of common sense and realized the stupid signs are just a huge red cape being waved at the bull.

Back in 2011, I posted a small article called “Why Concealed Carry helps those who not carry.” Let me repeat it here:


Imagine two identically looking bowls with 100 M&Ms each:


Bowl One has 100 fresh M&Ms reap for picking by anybody.


Bowl 2 has 95 fresh and delicious M&Ms and 5 M&Ms laced with a very fast acting poison but indistinguishable from the rest.

Question: Which bowl will be avoided like the plague?


To those churches in Texas: Welcome to the flock.

 

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