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Letter: Stricter gun laws will not help

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Posted: Thursday, October 3, 2013 12:00 am

First I read in the paper about 13 people being shot at a Chicago park — one being a 3-year-old shot in the face — in the toughest city, I’m told, concerning gun laws. Then there was the news of the Navy yard shooter who brought a gun into D.C., which also has one of the toughest gun laws in the country, to murder 12 people. Now people like Sen. Dianne Feinstein call for stricter gun laws, which only enable the criminally minded to be free to have their own personal kill zones.

Carter gave us the seeds to the economic collapse in 2008, and Clinton, with his executive order to disarm our military on base in March 1993, gave us the massacres at Ft. Hood and the Navy yard. But the most despicable and disrespectful act happened when the Democrats on the House Oversight Committee walked out on the parents of the murdered Benghazi Americans, Ty Woods and Sean Smith.

Can you imagine what these parents’ emotions were? Put yourself in their position: Your child was murdered in service to his/her country, and for more than a year, you’re given no answers to your questions. When you finally get the chance to address your concerns to your elected officials of the country your child died for, they walk out on you.

These despicable officials reflect what their leaders Obama and Hillary did the night of Sept. 11, 2012. They abandoned their posts, and in their dereliction of duty allowed these brave men to be murdered. And still we have no idea where these two were that night.

Apparently the NSA can know where millions of us are but can’t find the U.S. President or Secretary of State when our country is being attacked. What a disgraceful, morally corrupt filth the Democrats have in their leadership.

Ron Portal

Lodi

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