Apr 9, 2008

Oh, this is gonna be good.



Probably from the same guys who invented hard liquor night at the Football games, we now have an even better idea:


Florida lawmakers have passed a "take your guns to work" law

"Most Florida residents would be allowed to take guns to work under a measure passed by Florida lawmakers on Wednesday.
The bill, allowing workers to keep guns in their cars for self-protection, was approved by the Florida Senate by a vote of 26-13. It now goes to Republican Gov. Charlie Crist to sign into law.
Backed by the National Rifle Association and some labor unions, the so-called "take-your-guns-to-work" measure would prohibit business owners from banning guns kept locked in motor vehicles on their private property.
The measure applies to employees, customers and those invited to the business establishment as long as they have a permit to carry the weapon..
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[Story By: Michael Peltier]


That whoremonger in accounting better watch his filthy gob when he comes by my office now, because I'm running out of Xanax, and Papa's got Mr. McShooty close at hand.

There's nothing that gives me the courage to hit the day quite like the smoothness of a semi-automatic beneath my trembling fingertips.


Up until now, I've only been able to cradle it in my lap at the dinner table. Sure it keeps the kids in line, but its real use would flower to new levels in the workplace.
This could bring a whole new meaning to the phrase "Leveraged Corporate Takover"

Grab your rifles, boys! We're expanding!



Imagine ruling your desk area with the type of impugnity that only lions know... or knew before God invented the gun.

Mmmm, the fine superiority and confidence that only a firearm can bring, sprinkled generously into the high-pressure abbatoirs of Corporate America. This is what the founding fathers fought for baby.



And I don't wanna hear any of you "Liberal" snivellers caterwalling when a few workers cross the line and decide to settle things the Christian way. It's all part of the greater good and the righteous quest for power before logic.

1 comment:

WF said...

I'm just sad Chuck Heston didn't live to see this.

To think, I've been using the paper shredder at work when I've got a perfectly good shotty at home.