Thursday, July 07, 2011

Purchasing Spirits On Sunday Left To Voters.


In an area of the country long known as "The Bible Belt", certain things have always been a given. Good Barbeque, manners, and no booze on Sunday. The later, however, might soon change in Milton Georgia.

Earlier this month, City Council agreed to allow voters to have their say come November on whether or not alcholic beverages could be bought on Sundays. The available time to purchase would be from 12:30pm to 11:30pm.

So what are your thoughts? Do you agree with this option being presented to the populace or do you believe that Sundays should continue to be dry?

Have your say in the comments section below.


Fred said...

Let people buy it whenever they want. Then, if the Jesus freaks don't want to purchase it, they can choose not to ... as can the entire congregation. Perhaps they will then start to picket the stores that sell alcohol and the Sunday lunch crowds will be thinner.

Anonymous said...

People should definitely be able to buy alcohol on any day of the week since it is a legal substance. People who choose not to buy it, can continue not to buy it, whether it is for religious reasons or not.

Anonymous said...

I will only buy on Sundays after this passes.