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People kill people, not guns.

Saying that guns, rather than shooters, kill people is like saying cars, not drunk drivers, are at fault for vehicle accidents. If assault weapons are more dangerous than regular guns, why aren't heavy trucks and fast sports cars more dangerous than ordinary vehicles? Wake up America! The problem is people, not guns or cars.

John Herman

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