My dad wouldn’t have ob­jected to gun ban

The Charlotte Observer (Sunday) - - Opinion -

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

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