Friday, August 28, 2009

almost there...

Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority officials are fighting to keep a weapons ban on their properties, but say for now it's a losing battle.
I feel we're on the verge of a breakthrough here.

4 comments:

Mark said...

Oh, were there no armed criminals in Cuyahoga prior to the Heller decision? I'm stunned that anyone would allow firearms into this paradise!



At what point are we allowed to point out that steadfast refusal to accept facts is a form of insanity?

Jeffrey Quick said...

Alas, I don't see anything there about them being in danger of losing their weapons ban (the writing is pretty sloppy). They're having trouble ENFORCING their weapons ban... possibly because the projects are filled with criminals. So maybe they can GET RID OF their ban, so that law-abiding cheesesuckers (!) can defend themselves.

Adam said...

I could be wrong, but isn't a "home" whether it's an apartment, hotel, or a government housing covered in our castle doctrine?
"Prohibits landlords from prohibiting tenants from owning/carrying firearms"

Tinman said...

Really! An entire housing development that does not allow firearms, and has no security or restrictions on entrance? It's like Christmas for Jojo the dog faced home invader.