17 March, 2010

State's police chiefs seek veto of guns-in-bars bill

Calling guns in bars a "recipe for disaster," the state's police chiefs have pleaded with Gov. Bob McDonnell to veto legislation that would ease Virginia's concealed weapon laws.

Virginia Beach police Chief Jake Jacocks Jr. sent a letter to McDonnell last week on behalf of the state association of chiefs comparing the combination of firearms and alcohol with drinking and driving.

"We can fully expect that at some point in the future a disagreement that today would likely end up in a verbal confrontation, or a bar fight, will inevitably end with gunfire if you sign this legislation into law," Jacocks wrote.
So even the chief of police in Virginia Beach is an anti-liberty scumbag. Great.

1 comment:

  1. Doesn't matter. We will carry concealed in bars anyway. It doesn't matter any more what they say.