Many State Lawmakers Ambivalent On Gun Control
State Rep. Daniel Rovero's complicated views on guns were shaped by a pair of intensely emotional experiences that unfolded decades ago.
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#1 Apr 1, 2013
Thank you Rep. Romero! You are exactly right. These new proposals will only punish the law abiding citizen leaving the criminals and violently insane left to prey on the public.
#2 Apr 1, 2013
Agree. These anti - gun folks are out of their minds. The liberal cop out is to blame something other than the individual.
CT is fast becoming a toilet. Our "public safety" oriented governor signed away the death penalty, ok'd early release for violent felons, decriminalized marijuana.
It will take generations to undo the damage he has done here.
The same with this mostly democratic legislature.
All moves from the liberal playbook. A regular utopia for the iresponsible.
Then Newtown happens...... now these guys are the "get tough" crew.
Who do they get tough on - Mr and Mrs. law abiding citizen - NOT the criminal.
Typical response from the pathetic left.
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