My dad wouldn’t have objected to gun ban
In response to “Banning guns is the start of fascism” (Nov. 25 Forum):
My father served in the Army during WWII and though he lived deep in the Adirondack mountains of New York where everyone hunted, he came home from that war and gave away all his guns and never picked one up again.
The Forum writer suggested his father and every veteran who fought in a war to protect our precious freedoms would roll over in their graves at the thought of repealing the Second Amendment.
Rather than rolling in his grave, my father would probably give a sigh of relief.
– C.G. Kilburn, Monroe