Letters January 12 2013

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3rd January, 2013
ARMS AND THE US One’s heart genuinely aches for the parents of the school-children murdered in Newtown, Connecticut. Any parent can understand the life sentence of grief they have just been burdened with – and yet a different feeling persists. What a relief it is not to live in the United States where it seems collective insanity has become an inevitable byproduct of residency. What other description applies for a people who permit any random citizen to exchange money for semi-automatic weapons, thereby facilitating those citizens’ mad impulses? Americans are proud of their constitutional ...

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