Thursday, March 30, 2006

not really

"But in the ongoing debate over Nebraska's proposed concealed carry law, I find myself torn, perhaps because I'm dealing with it from a painful perspective that forces me to reconsider my own liberal [sic] outlook. My 24-year-old daughter, Rachel, was murdered on May 28 of last year. The man who climbed in through a bedroom window and killed her ......If any of the victims had been carrying a weapon, the outcome of that tragic confrontation would almost certainly have been better; it could hardly have been any worse. "

Actaully the death of your daughter had nothing to do with the conceal and carry laws. She could have owned a gun and kept it in her house, but choose not to. Though conceal and carry may save lives, it had nothing to do with the death of your daugther.


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