Thursday, February 13, 2014

The newest right, the right always to be comfortable

Just in case the right not to be offended isn't bad enough, we now have Right Not to be Offended 2.0, namely, the right always to be comfortable. As seen here:

a California politician has justified a ban on open carry with the following argument:

Just because one person is comfortable with their weapon doesn't mean that gives that person the right to infringe on the rights of other people who aren't comfortable.
Well, that certainly trumps the rights that are actually in the Constitution. Also, there is no way that it could be invoked against LGBT people, no sirree Bob.

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