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Politicians trying to remove Second Amendment rights

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Posted: Wednesday, November 16, 2011 12:00 am

Sacramento-area law enforcement selling guns that ordinary citizens cannot buy and somehow ending up in Mexico; then our politicians blaming this on our Second Amendment rights as citizens being the cause. It seems once you start feeding at the taxpayer trough you seem to turn against the citizens who put you in office.

Most people don't have the time to follow these politicians as they turn their back on the citizens. Or change their vote to whatever is in vogue at the time. Or it happens overnight as with Assemblywoman Galgiani, D-Livingston, revealing she is gay — now I am afraid to go to bed.

Well, anyway, with the increase in crime and laws against protecting yourself, just resign yourself to becoming a victim. Get your training; Las Vegas has a good school. Reno has another school which I have heard about, teaching liability and safe use 12 hours a day with a certificate of completion. I am sure there are other good schools also.

I have no idea what good this will do for you. Most politicians, once they reach Washington or Sacramento, have one-track minds — remove the guns from law-abiding citizens. The criminals are the only ones allowed to own them, to rob, burglarize or "drive-by" at will. They will have guns long after we give up ours.

Sleep tight and don't let the bedbugs bite.

Ben Coleman

Lodi

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