The city council of Nelson, Georgia is proposing a law which would make gun ownership mandatory.
Hear that? That’s the sound of liberal skulls exploding.
Every homeowner in a local town could soon have to own a gun or break the law. It’s a controversial new plan for the city of Nelson. Leaders [said] the reason they need the law is because the city straddles Cherokee county to the south and Pickens County to the north. That, they said, can lead to slower response times.
One police officer patrols Nelson, Georgia for eight hours during the day. That leaves 16 hours overnight when the city is basically unguarded.
“When he’s not here we rely on county sheriffs; however it takes a while for them to get here,” said Nelson City Councilman Duane Cronic. That’s why [he] proposed the ordinance.
I see the point of the ordinance, but I don’t necessarily agree with it. Every citizen of Nelson should be allowed – no, encouraged – to own a firearm, but I don’t believe anyone should have a gun forced upon them.
Doing otherwise makes this law no different than New York’s ridiculous new gun legislation.