Pick a name Compared to Colorado, with our weak gun laws, the State of Tennessee has almost no gun laws. The six people who died in the Nashville school shooting were simply traded for the right of …
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Compared to Colorado, with our weak gun laws, the State of Tennessee has almost no gun laws. The six people who died in the Nashville school shooting were simply traded for the right of every Tennessean to own a weapon of war. Or two or three or a dozen.
Douglas County has three County Commissioners who support the right to own an AR 15 assault/pistol/rifle, or other weapon of war, over the lives of every school student in Douglas County. They were elected by a majority of the residents of the county who have similar views. Other elected officials do not even support the red flag law that would take these weapons of war out of the hands of mentally ill people.
I would like to invite a representative group of the afore mentioned AR15 supporters to join me in visiting three schools that are a short walk from my house. Students from these three schools pass my house every day. These representatives would simply trade their AR 15s for the life of every student and teacher or keep their AR 15s and pick a name, who they view, has less value than an AR 15.
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