Is that a Rocket in Your Pants?

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Is that a Rocket in Your Pants?

Call me a crazy liberal, but allowing people to bring rockets and mines to schools and nuclear power plants doesn't seem to fit into any logical argument. The Arizona House of Representatives begs to differ.
The House of Representatives voted Tuesday to let people carry weapons - including guns, grenades, rockets, mines and sawed-off shotguns - into schools, polling places and nuclear plants if they claim they're only trying to protect themselves.

The vote on the legislation came after Rep. Ben Miranda, D-Phoenix, pointed out it would bar prosecution of those who want to bring a weapon into the House or Senate. Despite that, lawmakers gave it preliminary approval on a 30-16 margin.
Oddly, the sponsor of the legislation, Rep. Doug Quelland, R-Phoenix, said didn't know it was so broad in its language.
Of course it passed by a nearly 2-1 margin anyway.

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