From the daily archives: Monday, April 28, 2014

In the wake of Georgia’s decision to grant its citizens sweeping gun-bearing rights in schools, churches, saloons, Boy Scout meetings and even wedding-night beds,  some people are beginning to wonder why the lawmakers  exempted only the legislature from the potential line of fire.  But one Republican state senator said the reason is obvious.  “Who but the legislature  is qualified to move Georgia  forward to a bright new day if everybody else was shot?” he said.  




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