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Was Rick Perry right on guns at the movies?

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(CNN)In response to last week's theater shooting in Lafayette, Louisiana, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry called "gun free zones" a bad idea, saying that movie-goers should be allowed to attend while carrying arms, and that "it makes a lot of sense to send a message across this country ... If we believe in the Second Amendment, and we believe in people's right to protect themselves and defend themselves, and their families."

I agree with Perry 100% on that statement. In fact, at first I thought his choice of words was odd because moviegoers across the country (including myself) are frequently armed -- although most people would never know it because people who legally carry concealed weapons conceal them very well.

For example, in my home state of Georgia, a permit holder can carry, openly or concealed, a firearm into movie theaters or other public places with very few exceptions.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/07/27/opinions/holloway-rick-perry-guns-movies/index.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+rss%2Fcnn_latest+(RSS%3A+CNN+-+Most+Recent)

 
 
 

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 I'm sorry I just could not resist. There was almost some logic in this statement .

 

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