Guns for we but not for thee.

That didn’t take long at all.

Barry Loudermilk wants concealed carry for lawmakers in DC after Scalise shooting

One Republican lawmaker believes that concealed carry reciprocity for members of Congress should be considered as part of possible security upgrades after House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., was shot at practice for the congressional charity baseball game early Wednesday morning.

Under Rep. Barry Loudermilk’s proposal, members who are allowed to conceal carry a weapon in their home state would be able to in Washington.

I seem to recall a certain level of pants-shitting horror at a recent suggestion that DC residents be permitted to beg for a license to exercise their rights. But they’re just little people, not all ethereal and special like lawmakers.

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One Response to Guns for we but not for thee.

  1. But politicians are important people! They deserve more and better than the hoi poloi.

To the stake with the heretic!