Heh.

A gun in every household? Utah town drafting a resolution

Councilman Neil Sorensen of Spring City, a small town of 1,000 90 miles south of Salt Lake City, is drafting a resolution calling for every household to be armed and be trained. It would be non-binding; you could opt out.

It would be ironic if the law was written so that anyone who opts out has to put a sign on their front door announcing that “This household is not armed.”

  • LordJim

    Guns are one of the most common items stolen during break-ins. Sounds like a good way to ensure every house has something worth stealing.

    • Anonymous

      If you encourage concealed carry as well as “a gun in every home,” then a burglar will look at an occupied home as a place where they face death, and they’d look at an unoccupied home as the place where the homeowner took his gun with him when he left.

      • publiusr

        Shades of Kennesaw GA, where the crime rate dropped after such a law.

  • Lawrence

    What?! Big government is telling me what to do….Never. :-) You know what comes next… telling me what gun to buy?

    • Anonymous

      I was going to point out that the government cannot mandate that people go out and buy certain things. Then I remembered that the US Supreme Court, in ruling on Obamacare, established that the government *can* mandate that citizens have to buy certain commercial products. So… yeah, there’s that.

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