In a crime-filled neighborhood, a couple of billboards went up advertising an upcoming gun show. Of course someone gets their panties in a twist and the company caves.
"This urban core where citizens go to sleep hearing gunshots -- we do not need to have that image in these neighborhoods," Clark said.[James Clark of Better Family Life]So now, locals may not know that a gun show in the area is a place where one might purchase a firearm for protection in that same crime-filled neighborhood.
Seeing how juveniles and felons can't purchase a firearm legally, what's the big deal?
And the gun show promoter is RK Shows out of Manchester, IA. Not "Arcade Shows" as the article reports.