LETTERS: What would change Republicans’ minds about gun reform?

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Editor: After viewing twenty years of bs from politicians after countless mass shootings in this country, I offer this nitty gritty comment:

IF the fifty Republican senators who refuse to bring up a vote on the House gun reform bill found themselves barricaded in an enclosed space with an armed perpetrator, faced with their own mortality, would it change their thinking about an archaic second amendment? or their hearts and minds? Is that power?

— Maggie Kuchta, via [email protected]

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GeneD
3 months ago

In 2012, following Sandy Creek, Congress said that it is okay to use a weapon of war to slaughter 6 year olds. The deaths of 40,00 Americans yearly and the maimings of twice that number have not changed their minds or hearts.

Remember in November. Look at candidates’ platforms, their voting record, and their contributors. Honor the dead with action.

Last edited 3 months ago by GeneD
GeneD
3 months ago

This was edited to correct the name to Sandy HOOK, but the editing software failed.

Wrestling Mama
Wrestling Mama
3 months ago

No it would not! They would use their own firearms to end the threat! The 2nd amendment is for just that reason. We give it up and you will have nothing to defend yourself from the criminals as they don’t care what the laws are.

Rick
3 months ago

Subjects are disarmed, Free men own guns.

Joe Felice
Joe Felice
3 months ago

The answer to your question is “nothing.” Any change in policy would be seen as an admission of wrongdoing.

Jennifer Roberts
Jennifer Roberts
3 months ago

I thought they did on January 6th. And no, they did not stand up to them, or for the people or country they represent. And they will probably get re-elected.