Letter: Another assault weapons ban will not impact gun violence - East Valley Tribune: Letters To The Editor

Letter: Another assault weapons ban will not impact gun violence

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Posted: Saturday, January 19, 2013 10:27 am

As you know, we had one assault weapons ban (1994 – 2004). What good did this ban do? During this first assault weapons ban we experienced the most horrific school shooting in our nation’s history — the Columbine Massacre.

We all know about the graphic disconnect between gun violence and locations of highly restrictive gun laws, such as Chicago, New York City, Mexico, Jamaica, etc.

The American people fully understand that our nation’s most recent gun violence is not caused by Americans who have access to deadly weapons, but rather is a form of terrorism carried out by those hell bent down an agenda of terrorism.

This is a form of terrorism can only be eliminated by meeting force with force. For the love of our children, we need an armed first responder stationed in every school until we eliminate this form of terrorism. Also join me in boycotting Hollywood until movies stop this active promotion of a culture of violence. Finally let us come together and pray to God that our nation can be protected from every form of terrorism, that we shall not compromise our American ideals of constitutionally protected freedoms, that we shall continue to show the world that we American’s are still a fearless free people.

Timothy Sullivan


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