Never-ending gun debate (IV)

Posted Thursday, Sep. 19, 2013  comments  Print Reprints

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These obviously abnormal, psychologically sick acts are committed by people who have a lot of built-up anger.

When they reach a breaking point, after playing violent video games for hours on end, or watching violence on television and in the movies, they act out to relieve this pent-up anger. We must focus on the mentally ill.

As for the guns they get hold of, you can blame government authorities for not doing their jobs in screening these unfortunate people.

What good are more gun regulations if the authorities aren’t able to enforce them?

One question for Bob Ray Sanders:

If you and your family were confronted by one of these people, would you be glad you were armed or unarmed?

I’m a 73-year-old grandmother and I had never fired a gun until I got my concealed handgun license.

I hate guns, but I believe I could at least try to stop a crazed gunman if I had to.

— Marolyn Zugay, Trophy Club

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