SHOOTING: Can’t legislate evil

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Whenever a shooting happens such as the tragedy in Las Vegas, you can always count on all the left wing people trying to capitalize on it.

How could the hotel let someone carry all those guns in — probably put them all in one guitar case, duh!

We need metal detectors in hotels — yeah like at the airports. Really!

More gun control legislation and registration — yeah I am sure all the criminals and mentally ill people will be the first in line!

Hillary (it’s not my fault I lost) saying we should not politicize this and in the same sentence blames the NRA!

Is there any respect for the dead and suffering families? Not according to their playbook. Let’s play on their raw feelings and suffering before they bury them!

So, my friends on the far left, how do you stop cancer, Alzheimer’s? Can you legislate that out of existence, pass more laws? Neither can you stop the mentally ill or just plain evil people.

Did you listen to all the survivors of Vegas telling their story of what it was like being in what they called a war zone? Sadly, the price of freedom is all those young soldiers in the military from our past, who gave their lives in many war zones. Their dead bodies gave us the freedom we have and give you free speech to capitalize on this tragic event.

Unfortunately, because of these freedoms that were fought for, we have to listen to you.

GEORGE SILVA

Veteran

Coeur d’Alene

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