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OK: Oklahoma lawmakers push to allow guns on city buses
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Lawmakers are pushing a move to allow guns on board city buses.
Right now, it is against the law even for people with concealed carry permits.
"I don't believe that the second amendment stops at the steps of the city bus,” said Senator Kyle Loveless.
Loveless is proposing to change that with Senate Bill 397.
"I think people should be able to defend themselves, if they have a license to carry, they should be able to carry onto a city bus to protect themselves,” he said.
It's the same old approach, and it's wrong, wrong, WRONG.
Any time a question is posed beginning "Should people be allowed to....", it starts from the wrong premise. We in the U.S. aren't "allowed" by government to do things, we have the RIGHT to do things, and the question should rather be posed, "Should government have the power to...."
Thus saith the PHORTO.