Georgians Suddenly Decide "Guns Everywhere" May Not Be Such a Good Idea

By Bill Maher

The same week Georgia's governor signed the state's new Take Your Gun Wherever the Hell You Want law, some dumbass decided to celebrate by wandering around a Little League game with a big gun strapped to his waist.

"He was just walking around saying, 'See my gun? I've got a gun and there's nothing you can do about it,'" one parent told the local news.  

Twenty-two people called 911 about the guy. The sheriff came and said there was nothing he could do. "We support the constitutional right to bear arms. We will not tolerate bad behavior," he explained. But isn't scaring the bejesus out of kids at a Little League game with your gun pretty much the definition of bad behavior?

Oh well, Georgia. You made the law. Now you have to sit back and try to enjoy your burger every time some half-wit gun nut decides to "prove a point" by waltzing into the McDonalds with a .357 magnum stuck in his pants.