Pizza place supports second amendment

 

NATE TITUS

netitus12@ole.augie.edu

A prominent issue in current politics, or at least a popular issue for news programs and publications to talk about is “Gun Control.” This debate has become intense, uproarious even in the last few weeks. Certain groups and people are trying to convince the leaders of our government to enforce gun laws, while others are trying to argue against the points that the Pro-gun-law debaters are making.

If you lived in Virginia Beach, Virginia you might know of a well-liked pizza place called All Around Pizza. You might also watch WKTR, a television station that is affiliated with The CW, where you would see advertisements for All Around Pizza; and lately you would have seen their new advertisement. All Around Pizza is offering a fifteen percent discount to all gun owners who order from them.

All Around Pizza’s “Second Amendment Special” was created by Jay Laze, the pizzeria’s owner and sole proprietor. In order to get the discount, you must have a concealed weapons permit. Jay’s new deal isn’t at all surprising, if you consider the fact that a requirement for all of his delivery drivers is they must carry guns. Jay Laze believes that the second amendment is one of the most important rights that we have as Americans.

Laze says that he got the idea from a discount yogurt shop in Utah. He said he thought it was a great idea and wondered why no one around his area was doing it. So he decided he would do it and try to start a trend. Although this is an interesting deal to make, it isn’t the only one of its kind in America right now; in fact, there are many other deals similar to it available at this moment.

A gun store in Arizona recently put up a sign banning any customers from entering the store if they voted for Barrack Hussein Obama. Last year some Denny’s franchises began adding five percent fees onto customers’ bills which they explained were for “covering expenses for implementing the federal Affordable Care Act” (Obamacare).

I am proud to be living in a country where our people are allowed to give discounts and advertise for whatever they might like, no matter my opinion on the matter. In other countries, governments might imprison or even execute a shop owner for being “slanderous” towards the governing body of such countries.

If I were to live near an All Around Pizza restaurant, I might just find myself ordering a Second Amendment Special and have it delivered to my home because it is my government given right to do so. God bless America.