I think it's irrelevant. People should be able to purchase when they want to; that is their choice as consenting adults, and everyone doesn't celebrate religion on that day...some go to their place of worship primarily on Saturdays, so I feel like this law includes Christians but excludes everyone else. Defintely other things that need more attention.-C.
I say YAY! It to me forever to remember I could not by wine on Sunday when I moved here.
I think that people should be able to purchase when they want to. The people who want to drink on Sunday, do it. They just make sure that they buy what they need on Saturday. http://ticka-spoonfullofsugar.blogspot.com/
Definite yay! I am from California, so i just thought this was so incredibly strange when I moved here. What the hell does one have to do with the other? You mean to tell me I can drink from sun up to sun down 6 days a week, but as long as I don't drink on Sunday, I'm a saint? It's just illogical. (and it doesn't stop people from drinking on Sunday. they just stock up on saturday. duh!) All GA was doing was missing out on potential sales tax revenue.
One should have nothing to do with the other. I am glad they finally came to their senses.
Like K Rock stated, I hardly believe that one should have anything to do with the other. It kinda makes me laugh whenever I hear a grocer say no alcohol on Sunday due to Church across the street. Lol.But the church is across the street all seven days of the week. Plus, selling alcohol is the only wrong act being noticed? Lol.
I think people should have the freedom to choose when to purchase. People are adults and capable of making their own choices.
While growing up in the south, all I knew was no alcohol sold on Sunday....but that just led to people running to the stores on Saturday.When I relocated out of the south, it was sold on Sunday and it was no big deal. People weren't more or less religious in either area with regards to alcohol.Honestly, I think there are more important issues for both to focus on.
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