Arizona Gun Store: Obama Voters' Business is 'Not Welcome'
6 months ago
Gun store posts ad telling Obama voters to go elsewhere
The owner of Southwest Shooting Authority, a local gun shop in Arizona (where else?), has enacted a new rule: no one who voted for President Obama allowed.
Cope Reynolds, the owner of Southwest Shooting, took out an ad in a local newspaper that explains the store's new policy:
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"If you voted for Barack Obama your business is not welcome at Southwest Shooting Authority," the ad reads. "You have proven that you are not responsible enough to own a firearm."
In case that was not clear enough, he also posted a sign on the store's front door with a similar message. And for folks who still weren't getting it, Reynolds posted a letter on the website AmmoLand shortly after the election last week. The letter once again hits the themes that Obama voters money is "no good" at the shop and that his supporters are "not responsible enough to own a firearm." Effective immediately.
The Phoenix New Times reports that 736 people in Pinetop, Ariz., voted for the president. The owner admitted in an email, though, that the ban would actually be impossible to enforce unless customers "own up to it."
"However, if they own up to it, we will not serve them," Reynolds said.