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Published: Friday, Jan. 11 2013 10:02 p.m. MST

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Trick questions and emotionally disturbed is not the time to ask people in grief if they'd rather live in Russia under socialism or the United States and all its rights and freedoms, including defending themselves from an oppressive US government dictatorship.

Gun control is a no compromise inalienable right like breathing and living in this country. Inalienable rights are not negotiable or compromisable, even in grief. This is poor taste in government oppression to put this kind of pressure on these family members and victims.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

No constitutional right is unlimited or absolute. Not freedom of speech, nor religion, nor "gun freedom". YOu can have our system, or the "freedom" of places so violent that you have to put a loaded weapon under your pillow. Ours, flawed as it is, is preferred.

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