Astounding! And amusing because Scott Fitzgerald, brother Jeff Fitzgerald, and Fitzgerald père are all living on government handouts.
A bunch of un trained yahoos, being necessary for the security ...
Meanwhile the younger Fitzgeralds are part of Republican caucuses in the Wisconsin legislature that insist it's "essential" (absolutely necessary; central to the nature of something; fundamental) concealed, loaded weapons are carried around nearly everywhere in the Badger State (the WISGOP thoughtfully exempted jails and prisons, although Scott Walker said he'd sign any gun bill that passed the legislature, according to an internal memo Walker's policy director Ryan Murray had "fired off").
Supporters of the proposal call themselves the "constitutional carry" crowd. However, "well regulated" must mean something and it can't possibly mean any person who's never even handled or fired a weapon is good to wander around Summerfest with a loaded Glock in their pants.
Yes, that sounds really "necessary to the security of a free [S]tate."
And no public safety issue whatsoever.
Apparently they're advised on constitutional law by Ron Johnson, where "well regulated" means "no regulations nor requirements whatsoever."
The Journal-Sentinel story on the gun bill contains repeated references to "recall targets" which bring to mind Sarah Palin's celebrated "crosshairs" advertisements. However, these shouldn't raise any eyebrows because untrained, unpermitted, loaded concealed firearms-bearers wouldn't be able to hit the damn broad side of a barn anyway.
But they surely could hit some unintended target (including themselves, which at least would put them in contention for a Darwin Award).