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December 27, 2012

Letter: Don’t blame ordinary Americans for one person’s heinous crime

To the editor:

Vice President Joe Biden has certainly proven himself to be a man of great wisdom, just the kind of guy that should be in charge of our Second Amendment. Maybe now, in our nation of twisted logic, mind altering drugs of all sorts, violent video games and evil movies, the vice president will be in a position to dazzle us all, once again, with profound intellect.

Also, maybe it is about time that we take the advice of some of the world’s most tyrannical and murderous governments that wish to legalize drugs, disarm us, take away our nation’s sovereignty, and destroy our Constitution.

I think that much of the TV news coverage of this horrible tragedy in Newtown was just awful. It has demonized people such as myself with falsehood and political nonsense that has no bearing on the cause or what really happened. A deranged mind beyond any human comprehension committed a crime of unfathomable evil and now many are pointing fingers at inanimate objects and a group of caring Americans.

Charlie Faro

North Andover

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