Question of the week: Do we need stricter gun-control laws?

By From page A7 | December 18, 2012

In wake of the horrific school shooting in Connecticut, do we need stricter gun-control laws?

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  • Marilyn FarleyDecember 18, 2012 - 11:13 am

    Let's stop talking and ban assault rifles and these automatic high speed ammunition clips. Other industrialized nations do not have the violence America has because their citizens don't feel the need for these guns.

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  • FibberDecember 18, 2012 - 7:10 pm

    Norway? How quickly we forget that which does not support our argument.

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  • Former FF residentDecember 19, 2012 - 12:28 am

    "Let's stop talking and ban assault rifles..." Step away from the Kool Aid Marilyn.. you have been listening to Feinstein too much. "...and these automatic high speed ammunition clips" That is a new fictional phrase that I hadn't heard yet. Thanks for the laugh Marilyn. Spoken like a true believer that knows absolutely nothing of what they speak of. Fibber is right... Norway is pretty industrialized and even they aren't immune to psychos.

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