Friday, December 18, 2009

Iowa Carry's response to David Codrea

I pledged the support of Iowa Carry to the NRA. We had our own bill submitted during last year’s session after we determined the Rep. Baudler’s bill did not meet what we were seeking in Shall Issue legislation. Going into 2010, we were ready to keep running with our own bill if necessary. When we were approached by the NRA, we were not sure what we would find when we sat down with them. What we ended up seeing was legislation that would, if passed, finally provide all Iowans with a level playing field when it comes to the requirements and issuance of the Iowa Permit to Carry Weapons. We feel that it represents the best chance at getting into law something that will benefit everyone in Iowa. There are more things at play in Iowa politics than meets the eye of the casual observer. The NRA understands this, and so do we. It is taking this pragmatic “big picture” approach that leads us to the decision that we have made.
Taking the "pragmatic" approach. I think the choice of using that word wasn't the best. "Prag" "Fudd" and a few others bring out some strong responses in the gun community.

Read more at: Iowa Carry says NRA bill 'best chance at getting (concealed carry) into law'

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