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Banks are businesses too. Like any other business, they have cash on hand. Or is it these great patriots with their iron penises, only go where they think they are safe? Just imagine if one, or more entered a bank with their assault rifles, what's the possibility of them getting shot right away? As far as i am concerned, this shows how cowardly they are and is a test of their true convictions.

If the law exempt banks, what does that say about the law makers? Did they protect the big cash where mostly adults frequent, as opposed to allowing gun toting idiots to roam around regular stores, where children frequent more? And if it's the case they do exempted banks, why?

If they can carry in other businesses, why not banks and why haven't these tough guys exercised their right to carry there? Because they know, the possibilities of them facing "other good guys with guns" and getting shot is much greater.

Not one of them have shown up at a bank. Ok tough guys, why not show us you mean business, instead of trying to impress upon us, you are actually brave macho guys. Go, go go to a bank and attempt parading around posing with those guns. please. Heck, attempt to get pass the threshold.

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