Starbucks recently decided not to ban patrons from wearing their holstered guns into their coffee shops. This has upset many folks who are evidently, afraid of handguns.
One woman on a television news interview asked "If I go into a Starbucks with my child and he asks, Mommy, why is that man wearing a gun? How am I supposed to answer that?" Really? That's a tough question? How about, "Because good people carrying guns discourages bad people from using theirs."
How are we supposed to take the uber-left seriously when they suggest that children will be traumatized by the sight of a law abiding citizen carrying a holstered hand gun? If that hypothetical question really scares you as a parent, maybe you should hire a nanny, because the questions get a lot harder than that.