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Old September 30, 2012, 08:31 PM   #115
Nathan
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So, anyone want to place bets on when the first Costco mass shooting happens?

The issue I have is they believe this policy stops or slows the carrying of guns in their stores. In OH, it really just ensures criminals carry unopposed. It also makes them a target rich environment for the next whack job who wants to shoot fish in a barrel like the college, school and movie theater shootings have shown us....people who want to send a message this way will look for these kinds of safe havens for their terrorist attacks. To a certain extent, the property owner ought to be held accountable as they are aiding the criminal's plan.

Frankly, I would like to see the insurance companies add this into the calculation. By banning guns, they go beyond reasonable and customary. If I were an insurance company, I would want a bump in premium to cover this added liability.
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