I’ve been hearing many comments about folks wanting to retaliate against what they consider the cowardly state senators who could not stand up to party leadership to protect our privacy rights and our Second Amendment rights. The most popular idea submitted seems to be to publish the personal home addresses of Senate Democrats (those in the senate leadership and the Judiciary Committee in particular) and newspaper editors.
While this on its face may sound like fitting retribution for those with no regard for our personal privacy and safety, I strongly caution against this approach. We should be taking the high road here and not personalizing this fight. Exposing their personal contact information is a bad idea and puts those that supported House Bill 2727 on the same level of those that post home addresses of abortion doctors. Don’t do it!
C. Michael Arnold,
Attorney at Law