Monday, March 20, 2006

No Sale Sunday


Who hasn't been in that position. You are having a group of your buddies over to watch the game, and you need to make a beer run. Then, you remember, IT IS SUNDAY! @$#@!

Well, since session is over, this seems to be the next big story. Should Indiana reassess its laws pertaining to the sale of alcoholic beverages on Sunday?

It really is just another way that government interacts with our lives in a manner that affects the economy. If someone wants to go out and spend $50 or $100 on booze on a Sunday to entertain his or her friends, then why not let them. A sale is a sale and all it can do is help our economy.

The sale of alcohol will police itself. People won't drink more on Sunday just because they can buy it. They still have work on Monday.

1 Comments:

At 11:39 AM, Blogger Mike Kole said...

Quite agree. Besides, it's hypocritical and dangerous besides to permit one to booze himself into oblivion at a bar only to find that person behind the wheel while banning someone from purchasing beverages to consume more safely at home.

It's both a common sense and a smaller government thing, so I won't hold my breath on legislative action in '07.

 

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