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September 27, 2007

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Ben

Really? None of the pro-gun people I know have served in the military. I totally agree with the right to defend oneself, though not one's property, with violence, but I would like to hear where G. Kennedy got the assertion that most pro-gun people were in the military.

Carl Kem

It's about time. Too many people have been hurt or killed because they have relied on cops alone to protect them. Case in point: http://www.rockymountainnews.com/drmn/local/article/0,1299,DRMN_15_5717272,00.html
A woman relied on a restraining order, and because the police ignored it, her daughters died. And she can't sue the cops. Where's the justice now? Punish the innocent?

Gene Kennedy

Never thought it would happen. Young law students and young attorneys considering pro-gun thoughts and actions. Don't let the politicians hear about your group. They will impose some type of tax penalty just to teach you a lesson. And, the bulk of them are also attorneys!

Most pro-gun individuals are law abiding and have served their country by wearing one of the uniforms of the U.S. Military. As one of these people, I thank you all for continuing a tradition and beliefs shared by the Founding Fathers of this great nation.
Gene Kennedy

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