Re: Apparently Outback restaurants are anti - gun.
boondocks wrote:I own guns. My family owns guns. But I think it's a business's right to decide their gun policy, and I can understand why a restaurant that caters to a broad swath of society (especially families) would decide they don't want guns.
I think gun owners need to be respectful of others' opinions. To me that's just common civility. Of course, if you really can't bear to eat a tough steak and and a fried onion (or whatever the h3ll those godawful chains serve) without a gun on you, you'll vote with your feet, as noted. You can go home, make yourself a better, juicier, bloodier steak, and eat it surrounded by your entire arsenal, if you wish.
I agree. I have no problem with a business deciding their rules. I DO have a problem with the businesses or owners actively funding groups trying to completely take away my rights to own guns.
If I personally owned a business front I would ask people to not open carry.