Monday, October 03, 2005

Florida tourists warned that locals could shoot them

"The Brady Campaign to Control Gun Violence, based in Washington DC, has pledged to 'educate' tourists by placing adverts in US cities, and in key overseas markets such as Britain.

'Warning: Florida residents can use deadly force,' says one of the adverts. Another reads: 'Thinking about a Florida vacation? Please ensure your family is safe. In Florida, avoid disputes. Use special caution in arguing with motorists on Florida roads.'

The Brady Campaign - named after Jim Brady, the spokesman for Ronald Reagan who was paralysed by a gunshot during the 1981 assassination attempt on the then-president - promises to also run adverts in French, German and Japanese newspapers. The campaign officers also plan to hand out leaflets on roads leading into the state."
Dispicable. Florida should sue the s*** out of Brady for restraint of trade.


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