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Sister Of Newton Victim Makes Gun Control Plea In Letter To Obama

And so it begins! I feel so sorry for this little girl, because she obviously doesn't know better, but Obama is going to use this to his advantage! ya'll know it and I know it! this is sick man... " My name is Natalie Barden and I wanted to tell the president that only police officers and the military should get guns. If people want to do it as a sport than they could go to a shooting range and the guns would not be able to leave there. http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/anderson-cooper-reads-si...




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ACTION REQUEST: Those on the DailyPaul with

Those on the DailyPaul with daughters, would they be willing to write something opposing gun control and how it makes them feel safer knowing that they are protected at home and not have to wait until after the fact if/when police arrive?

Look, the democrats have been and are very well organized. It is time that we become organized ourselves or we are left spinning our wheels on this forum.

Submit those crayon-written letters online, to news media, local papers, etc.

Josie The Outlaw http://www.josietheoutlaw.com/

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

Newtown, not Newton...

Newton is in Massachusetts... Fun factoid, Brookfield, our neighboring community, was originally called "Newbury", taking half it's name from Newtown and the other half from Danbury, since the land was taken from the two other towns.

Oh ok.

Oh ok.

juan maldonado

Opinion

The person writing to the president has an opinion they can express just as freely as anyone else.
With that said, I think it's reasonable to state that the 2nd Amendment pretty much crushes mere opinion - especially that of someone who would have obvious bias due to the trauma of the events.

My heart goes out to the victims' family members, but my heart AND mind goes out to the people of this nation who will continue to be allowed to defend themselves with a right that shall not be infringed.

I agree with everything you

I agree with everything you said, but you do know that this little girl will be used as a political pawn, right? It makes me so mad, I mean it's not her fault, but her parents cant explain to her the problem with her idea? Man!

juan maldonado

Political Pawns

Yes, of course she will be used as a political pawn. Such is the place for rhetoric, which is dispelled by truth, reason, logic.
That is where we come in. We are the knights, rooks, and bishops which plow through pawns and open way for a checkmate!

Give that girl an SSRI, she'll feel better.

I hope there is a special place in hell for Pharma.

This is the article that got my posting privileges revoked:
http://bklim.newsvine.com/_news/2013/05/12/18212165-dr-stan-...

There is no such thing as hell

And if she has atypical depression, an SSRI in a proper dose probably will make her feel better.

Fishy you are following a long line of people who are trying to blame society's evils on drugs. This blanket fear mongering you have been blitzing the DP with is the exact tactic that brought us the War on Drugs.

Lmao there is no such thing

Lmao there is no such thing as hell!

juan maldonado

Puhleeeeeeeez!

Puhleeeeeeeez!

Southern Agrarian

Emotions often get in the way

Emotions often get in the way of reason and logic.

For example, 9-11 brought us the department of homeland security (named after hitler's office of fatherland security), the tsa, the patriot act, the ndda, etc. Emotions equal irrational knee jerk responses that often lead to more political funding and control.

Today I was watching

Today I was watching FirstTake on espn and skip bayless mentioned how emotional President Obama was reading off the names of the victims and i was thinking man even Skip has fallen for this scam!and these are intelligent people, but they've been conditioned like everybody else, this is so sad man...

juan maldonado