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:: Thursday, October 17, 2002 ::

Firearms involved in tragedies make headlines and fuel sweeping prejudices. Far more often, they are used safely and legitimately for sport or deterrence, though that's rarely "news." Seattle filmmaker Im says the firearms owners she encountered while working on "Guns and Roses" were "extremely responsible, and very cautionary." That's true of the vast majority, and their influence will only grow.
This statement is from the editorial page of The Seattle Times. It's not an individual letter. AND it's not a quote by a gunowner, but rather the statements other than Im's are by the author.

Is coverage of this topic really changing? CNN once ran the words "gun rights movement" instead of talking about the "gun control issue." I thought hell would freeze over first. Now we just need to teach some lessons to those Brits, and let's teach them some manners while we're at it! (Link via Instapundit.)

:: Bitter 8:34 AM [+] ::
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