Country Singer’s New Restaurant in Virginia, ‘Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill’ Sparks Second Amendment Controversy … “No Guns Permitted”

 

 Second Amendment controversy erupts as  ’Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill’ does not permit guns in establishment. 

Once again we are presented with a situation that puts Americans on both side of the fence of the gun question. The country singer restaurant named after himself,  ‘Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill’ in Woodbridge, VA has plunged into said gun carry controversy.  The restaurant’s statement says, “It is our desire to provide a safe, enjoyable and entertaining experience for our patrons and staff.”  Obviously, that is not a true statement because those who have carry permits and want to frequent this bar and grill do not feel safe or entertained.  How does one provide a safe environment when only the bad guys would bring guns into the establishment, because as we all know, bad guys, thieves, robbers, thugs and punks don’t follow abide by the law or signs that say, “No guns permitted”.

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A new restaurant that recently opened in Woodbridge is sparking a Second Amendment controversy, especially online.

The restaurant named for country music star Toby Keith has posted a “No guns permitted” sign on its front door and gun rights supporters are blasting the restrictions on the chain’s Facebook page. Some comments accuse Keith, who doesn’t own the restaurant, of being anti-gun.

Virginia is a right to carry state, which means residents can openly carry a firearm without a license.

The Facebook page of Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill in Woodbridge posted on Saturday:

“While we understand and respect every person’s right to own and bear arms, we at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill, with guidance from the State of Virginia and based on insurance regulations, have adopted a no weapons policy. It is our desire to provided a safe, enjoyable and entertaining experience for our patrons and staff.”

In the The United States, “We the People” have a US Constitution and a Second Amendment Right to bear Arms, shall not be infringed; however, private business owners also have a right to make certain guidelines for their places of business. Or do they? To read most of the comments from the anti-gun crowd show their ignorance and uninformed opinion of what is taking place. Virginia law specifically states that that an individual can carry a gun on to a premises that sells alcohol as long as the permit colder does not consume alcohol.  If they do, any person granted a concealed handgun permit who is under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs while carrying such weapon in a public place shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.

Let’s see what happens when the bad guys bring guns into this establishment and rob the place knowing that it is a soft target and a gun free zone.

Some thing to think about … Isn’t it interesting that a business can discriminate against law abiding, gun carrying, Second Amendment, state law protected Americans and tell them to leave or not serve them, yet if that same establishment discriminated against the patron based on their skin color, religion or sexual orientation, they would be fined, closed down and possibly arrested for violating their civil rights?

Of course in the end, you have the right to protest this place of business with you wallet and go all “Duck Dynasty” on them. Eventually places of business will learn to understand who their customer really is and not be consistently fall in line with liberal, knee-jerk political correctness.



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  • Comments

    3 Responses to “Country Singer’s New Restaurant in Virginia, ‘Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill’ Sparks Second Amendment Controversy … “No Guns Permitted””

    1. katts on December 29th, 2013 4:45 pm

      Could it be mandated by his insurance company ? Guns, booze and liability preminums now there’s a cocktail

      Just think of the law abiding “bad” drunks you know or know of… those Linda Blair types that go “exorcist” after a couple of drinks.

      Have to agreee with no guns.

    2. katts on December 30th, 2013 9:41 am

      For would be “bad guys” you can bet the bartender or manager is a crack shot with a hidden “locked & loaded” behind the bar.

      Experienced it years ago. Nothing new.

    3. Jase on December 30th, 2013 2:52 pm

      Newsflash: A gun doesn’t equal safety or protection, only the illusion of it.
      If you can’t go out for dinner without pissing your pants as to the establishment being raided by armed thugs, perhaps just stay in your white padded room.
      ________________________
      SM: I will have to remember your words of wisdom as I carry my Glock 9mm or Sig Sauer. You really have no understanding of why individuals carry guns and frankly its really none of your business.

      The difference is that I can respect your right for you not to want to carry a gun; however, you cannot seem to do the same and call people names who do so. Speaks volumes about you, doesn’t it?

      Personally, I’ll stand by my peace maker, thank you.

      http://www.sigsauer.com/CatalogProductDetails/p239.aspx
      http://www.glock.com/english/glock19.htm

      R

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