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Gandhi hardly would have been a supporter of right to bear arms

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Gandhi hardly would have been a supporter of right to bear arms In your May 3 photo, supporters of William Green, the first alleged violator of New York state’s new gun law, were shown carrying placards. The most conceited of these posters were the ones that attempted to channel the words of Mahatma Gandhi onto the side of gun sellers (“An unjust law is itself a species of violence. Arrest for its breach is more ...


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wmarincic
May 11, 2013
7:47 a.m.

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Kevin O’Connor, Gandhi did a wonderful job in India. Kids dying in the streets, extreme poverty, women raped on city busses regularly, government regulations are so bad that it is a 10 year wait to open a business. Yes let's follow the ultra liberal Gandhi and India.

gazettereader
May 11, 2013
12:44 p.m.

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Are you really trying to say things are worse in India now than before Gandhi? Blaming Indian poverty on Gandhi is like American blaming school shootings on the American Revolution.

wmarincic
May 11, 2013
2:18 p.m.

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Nope but Gandhi has nothing to do with this ridiculous law that even the police are against as it does NOTHING to stop crime.

gazettereader
May 11, 2013
3:25 p.m.

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So you're saying you're agreeing with Kevin O'Connor, who was saying that Gandhi's name and words should not have been used in the debate.

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