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February 16, 2018 3:19 pm  #1

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This is a pretty interesting way to write an article.  Write it and THEN defend the way you wrote it.  Let's don't do this again because it was a terrible idea, although I do somewhat see his point.  I, too, am sick of hearing people scream for gun control laws when they would have to have been born yesterday to think that the guns are at fault.  It's the public medical system (the farcical side known as psychiatry that's causing the harm, not to mention our incompetent FBI and other alphabet agencies not doing their jobs while also using their heads - they seem incapable of doing those two things at one time, rather like walking and chewing gum). 

When I followed this story, I had started by reading his article (in the link of the first paragraph of the page at the link below) which was posted at  and then followed up with this article.  It's a rather round-about way to do things and I hope Gary never does it again.  It's actually kind of a stupid thing to do.

But he makes a good point in both articles.

A government which robs Peter to
pay Paul can always depend on
the support of Paul.
-- George Bernard Shaw

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