Yes, we still have the issue of needing to get a permission slip to exercise our rights, but this is progress. Once this goes into effect, that wind that so famously sweeps down the plain can no longer make me a criminal.
Even if Sen Jim Wilson (Hey Tahlequah voters! Notice what your senator thinks of you.) says I’m not professional enough.
Wilson, who served in the Marines during the Vietnam War, said that, “What we are talking about is amateurs carrying weapons.” Even those who attend the course are still amateurs, he said.
“We are going to have a bunch of amateurs trying to intimidate people,” Wilson said.
Hey JimmyPoo, we’ve been carrying weapons for some time now. We just had to hide our perfectly legal actions.
And Constance (take note of your sexist senator, Oklahoma City voters), I’m not properly plumbed for any boys club.
Sen. Constance Johnson, D-Oklahoma City, said there are too many potential adverse outcomes that could happen as a result of the bill.
“I know boys and toys are a big deal,” she said.
She said she is aware Sykes has a strong interest in seeing the measure become law.
“I hope that girl in the Governor’s Office if it gets that far will say, ‘That is enough, boys,’ ” Johnson said.
That girl in the Governor’s office has already promised that she’ll sign it. Probably because she’s compensating for the size of her penis.