Firing a gun an act of terror

Firing a gun an act of terror

pema href=”http://www.ctpost.com/news/article/Firing-a-gun-an-act-of-terror-4124470.php”The Connecticut Post/a/em/p
pstrongLetter to the Editor/strong/p
pPublished December 18, 2012/p
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pThank you for your Dec. 16th editorial, “Gun Violence is our Choice,” which emphasizes that “Doing nothing is not a solution.”/p
pAlex Pareene, a writer for Salon.com said last weekend the U.S. is home to 310 million nonmilitary firearms. Let’s get started in banning whatever weapons and ammunition possible and, meanwhile, let’s tax the heck out of guns./p
pThe only gun-related action President Barack Obama took in the last four years was to allow guns to be carried into national parks. Perhaps now he is shaken out of the stupor that allowed such a clueless ruling./p
pThe NRA can’t be running the country, and Congress and the rest of us have to stop seeing violence as fun./p
pFriends of Animals doesn’t want to hear about the “cherished American right” residents have to shoot ducks, deer, bears or other animals to death under the guise of hunting. Whether a gun is fired at a human or an innocent animal, it’s an act of terror./p
pCongress will change when residents quit their addiction to feeling powerful by collecting guns. For those who won’t sober up, let it cost them a fortune to buy any gun, and may there be far fewer available in a nation saturated with guns./p
pCalifornia’s Sen. Feinstein is introducing a bill to ban assault weapons. Please press your support, and tell the blood-drenched NRA to shut up./p
pPriscilla Feral, presidentbr /
Friends of Animalsbr /
Darien CT/p

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