Over to you Kim
AUSTIN The blind will be able to go hunting if a Texas Bill becomes law.
They would have to be accompanied by a sighted hunter, who would help to guide their shots, and carry proof that they were legally blind. The law will also allow them to use a laser sight — a device forbidden to sighted hunters.
Edmund Kuempel, a State Representative, who introduced the Bill, said: “This opens up the fun of hunting to additional people, and I think that’s great.”
I feel discriminated against - why can't those of us who have difficulty hitting the barn door with buckshot at twenty paces also get help?
I am predicting a rush on paramedics this morning as the denizens of Islington read this over their muesli and their brains boil as they reconcile their pro-disability and anti-shooting prejudices...