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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Debate Spirited at RTD Public Square on Guns

Last night's Richmond Times Dispatch Public Square "Do Guns Make Us Safer" included strong views on both sides reports the RTD.

After a discussion of polling data and a description of firearm definitions by an instructor from Colonial Shooting Academy, the debate began. Some disagreed with the poll showing a large percentage of gun owners favor background checks on buyers at gun shows, and some thought the discussion led by the Colonial instructor was "gun propaganda."

Anti-rights advocate Andrew Goddard left without speaking because he did not like the "pro-gun/anti-gun format.
“It’s not pro-gun and anti-gun,” Goddard said. “I’m not anti-gun, but I’m anti-proliferation with no restrictions.”
Not surprised that an anti-rights advocate dislikes being tagged with that label. Doesn't fit their narrative.

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