In the latest edition of her e-newsletter, O'Fallon loon (and Missouri state Rep.) Cynthia Davis shows off her concealed-carry permit -- this woman can legally carry a gun? -- and argues in favor of churchgoers packing heat in houses of the holy.
Damn those draconian Missouri laws outlawing guns in churches. She writes:
One concern I have with the current law is that guns areYou don't say.
prohibited in churches. This means there is no defense for the members
if a criminal act is attempted or perpetrated.
whether they can have parishioners carrying guns. The churches should
decide, Davis argues, Hey, isn't that what Jesus would have wanted? Of course it is!
Most of us were taught as children that the church is God's
house. Just think how differently things may have turned out if it were
Yeah, just think about what might have happened.
Cynthia, we don't have to imagine. I'm sure you will remember the assassination of abortion provider George Tiller, who was gunned down while ushering at a Wichita, Kansas, church. Yeah, just think if someone could have come to Dr. Tiller's defense.