James should go to Chicago with anti-gun rhetoric

2014-02-02T00:00:00Z James should go to Chicago with anti-gun rhetoric nwitimes.com
February 02, 2014 12:00 am

Rich James obviously isn't a person who finds an interest in firearms. He uses the power of the pen to twist facts in his favor.

Gun control buy-back is a good idea to rid guns out of the hands of the irresponsible, and reselling these guns to responsible people who can legally purchase these firearms is a good idea also.

James fails to mention firearms with defaced serial numbers will be melted down at a local steel mill. He makes it sound as if the collected guns will be passed out at meal time at the county steel bar motel.

Go back to doing what you do best, like maybe making snow angels. There's a place for James. It's called Chicago!

Ray Kezler, Highland

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