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That makes about as much sense as that old NRA line “Guns don’t kill, people do.”

With all the gun violence happening almost daily in our community and other places as well, it’s time to start making sense.  The NRA and many of those who are supporters have a slick way of always sticking to their talking points, no matter what questions are asked. There’s something to be said for persistence, but for us to make any type of move toward making laws safer for citizens; there needs to be action. So, I’m going to skip right past their rhetoric about trying to take away citizens’ right to bear arms  and that new laws will protect the criminals and punish the good guys; because that’s just not the case.

We have a mantra around here that’s goes “follow the money.” Usually when a solution that seems simple isn’t addressed you can look deeper  and you’ll discover that someone is being paid to either make it happen or keep it from happening.

In this case, the NRA and others who benefit from the sale of guns have no intention of making changes that will have an impact on their bottom line.  The more guns being sold, the more money they make.  The more money they make, the more they have to spend lobbying politicians to make sure that there are no real changes in the gun laws.

The bottom line in my opinion should be human life.  If lives are being lost because of high-powered assault weapons then I say get rid of the high –powered assault weapons or a least make them extremely difficult to purchase.

But instead they want to add guns going so far as to say teachers in the class rooms should be armed.

Follow The Money, It’s in the NRA’s Pockets  was originally published on

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