I have witnessed several letters to the editor which have bemoaned the passage of the concealed weapons law.
It seems that in each and every letter, the author points to a former proposition that was to allow this before had been turned down. It seems that all of those writers seem to think that this former overturning of a certain proposition is to remain what they are "calling the will of the people.''
Well, one would have to remind these people that the will of the people can change within any period of time. So now it will be up to those who do not agree to seek again another try to overturn this new law. Let us see how the will of the people is at this present moment.
After all, that is what the world of democracy is all about. Isn't it?