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Originally posted by Thomas Crowne
So, Fred, if you were my landlord, would you prevent me from uttering the word, "Shrubery?"
Originally posted by TheBandit795
Fred beat me to it. In the U.S. you have a right to bear arms. But you do not have that right on private property if the owner does not wish for you to bear arms.
Originally posted by Amethyst
Of course, property owners who forbid weapons are opening themselves to huge lawsuits. What if someone broke in to one of their tenants' apartments and killed that tenant--who,
Originally posted by FredT
As I have said above, Im not saying you cannot own a gun. im saying that as a property owner I can restrict YOUr right to have such a weapon on MY property (Im a gun owner myself BTW) If you sign the rental contract, you are giving up the right to keep a gun on my property, not your right to own one. It just cannot be kept within the boundries of my land.
Okay everybody to the tune of "This land is"
"This my land is my land"
"It isnt your land"
"You can't keep a shotgun"
"Cause I don't want one"
"You signed a agreement"
"Its a legal co-on-tract"
"Violate it and I will evict you"
[edit on 9/18/05 by FredT]