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Permit to murder

Published March 30, 2013 1:01 am
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Hurray for Gov. Gary Herbert. He vetoed HB76, which would have allowed anyone to carry concealed a weapon on their person without a permit. I feel so much safer.

Now that the crazies understand that they can't hide a gun in their pocket while on their way to doing a crime, they'll probably just stay home and watch TV. What a relief!

Let's insist that next year's Legislature pass laws requiring a person who wants to commit murder, robbery or assault, to first obtain a permit. No exceptions. Most certainly, crime will plummet to all-time lows. So easy. So wonderful.

So utterly ridiculous!

Bobby McCormick

Salt Lake City




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