Let's revisit the recent 'campus carry' bill that was shot down (pardon the pun) in the 2011 Tennessee legislative session.
The bill would have allowed lawful handgun carriers who are employees of state colleges and universities to carry their handguns on campus.
As I mentioned in my previous post, there was a great brouhaha over this legislation, but one hoplophobic professor made a good point, that the legislature is posted against all weapons. His question was essentially, why would the legislature legalize carry on campuses, while prohibiting the same in the legislature?
This has the ring of "do as I say, not as I do," something we have become all too accustomed to hearing from our government at all levels nationwide.
Its time for the legislature to legalize carry where they work, too, don't you think?