10 comments

  1. CobbGOPer says:

    Has the Governor said anything about this bill, as in will he veto?

    Because, check me if the bill says otherwise, but wouldn’t this mean we could now go to a restaurant on Sunday, buy a bottle of wine, open it, take a sip, cork it, and then head home with said wine for later enjoyment?

    And yet it’s a public safety issue if I wanted to buy it at a grocery store. Idiots.

  2. drjay says:

    i am not drinking any @%$&^!* merlot.

    that would be a pretty expensive take home the mark up is usually pretty good on a bottle of wine in a restaurant

  3. drjay says:

    i do like the idea of being able to buy a bottle and not feel obligated to finsh it w/out feeling wasteful…this seems like a smart law–the abuse potential cobb pointed out aside…

  4. JBC says:

    More hypocrisy from the Governor.

    Hooray!!!

    So far this Session:

    HB 1243 – non profits could have wine auctions on Sunday

    SB 55 – We can buy a bottle of wine on Sunday sip it and recork it and bring it home

    HB 1061 – We can purchase wine on the internet on Sunday and get it delivered to our house on Sunday

    Yet, Perdue still insists that Sunday sales are bad. Ironic that he’s in Communist China now.

    January 2009 can’t come fast enough

  5. StevePerkins says:

    Well, despite all the corruption and stupidity, there is ZERO chance that the Dems will takeback the governorship in 2011… so exactly which GOP leader do you think will get elected and do anything at all the slightest bit differently?

  6. boyreporter says:

    Could be wrong, but I think it would be illegal to carry a re-corked wine bottle home in a car, as the seal would be broken, making it an “open beverage container,” which I think is prohibited.

  7. drjay says:

    i think part of what they are trying to do w/ this law is circumvent that issue–and “exempt” these bottles if they are able to do so…

  8. liberator says:

    Perdue should stay in Communist China! He sure isn’t supporting American Values like Individual Liberty and Capitalism.

Comments are closed.