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Disarming The Arguments Of Gun Advocates

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


A good friend of mine can't needle me enough about my outspoken support of gun control. He's a criminal defense lawyer, so he likes to stand tall for the defense of the rights of ordinary people. The very idea that someone could take his guns enrages him. He marshals all sorts of arguments in support of the right to bear arms. All are foolish.

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  • Nancy Tyler

    Well said, Norm. Even before being held at gunpoint for hours by my ex-husband, I didn't understand the seduction of guns. I understand it even less now. Every time I think about that gun's barrel jammed against my forehead, I want to scream at a gun fanatic. Good thing I don't own lethal weapons.

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