I don’t think people appreciate how Senate Bill 7030 approved by the Florida Senate today marks an important milestone. Within the bill is the lifting of the banning for volunteer teachers to participate in the Guardian program and carry a firearm in class. While far from perfect, it is a tremendous setback for Gun Control in Florida and in the US: it reversed part of a law that was pushed in with tremendous pressure last year and possibly as much not to change this year. We are talking hundreds of millions of dollars in lobby and free media went to waste. As I said, one small step but in the right direction.
And then you get this:
Even Bill Galvano, Republican and Senate President who received at least $200K from Bloomberg, voted in favor of the law. But as we can see, the gain seemed useless to at least on Floridian in a certain Florida gun rights organization. I do believe this is the kind of person that if you give him 9,999 rounds of premier free ammunition, would throw a temper tantrum and reject the whole batch because one bullet is missing.