Skip to comments.Chicago voters want gun limits, no taxi fare hikes
Posted on 03/20/2014 4:58:21 AM PDT by rellimpank
Chicago voters weighed in on three city referendums Tuesday, with a majority coming out in favor of keeping firearms out of restaurants that serve alcohol and limiting the size of gun magazines, and most taking a dim view of raising taxi fares, according to preliminary results.
The three questions on the city's primary ballots carry no official weight but serve as a poll on what voters think about the topics. The low election turnout in Chicago, thanks to a lack of top-of-the-ticket contested races among Democrats, raises questions about the value of even the nonbinding opinions in taking the pulse of the electorate.
On the question of whether the state's concealed carry law should be amended to ban the possession of concealed firearms in any place that has a liquor license, nearly three-quarters of voters said yes, with 96 percent of precincts reporting.
(Excerpt) Read more at chicagotribune.com ...
--the most intelligent statement in the article--
What is their opinion of free beer?
All in favor say “aye”!
Good thing the Second Amendment is not subject to the whim of the majority.
It will absolutely stop scenes like this. (uhm.../s?)
My argument always is, if the weapon is concealed, how do they know? (That question was posed to me by a LEO, who is in favor of people conceal carrying at ALL times!)
Chicagoans are a special breed, aren’t they?
Well, that’s not quite true. They are your basic issue big-city liberals intent on suppressing liberties.
Yes, they are. There are a large number of Donkey voters who start their day with a huge bowl of Stupid in the morning. They continue snacking on Stupid all day long and associate with Stupid people all day and night. Stupid is all they know. When they die, they continue voting Stupid (for Donkeys) for the next 200 years.
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