Quote of the Day: When I See a Person With a Weapon, I Feel Sad

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Truth About Guns

“When I see a person with a weapon, I try to assess whether they are dangerous. I don’t want to debate the Second Amendment or discuss our nation’s heritage. I’m not interested in taking their weapon away from them. I just feel sad, sad because these people feel some inner need to make a public display of force. I’m saddened by the lack of civility and saddened by the pride taken in what most people consider an instrument of death. Weapons are tools that have their purpose and place. But after seeing them used for their intended purpose, I’d prefer to never see another one.” – Chris Tomlinson in Packing a gun at your business sends the wrong message [via chron.com]

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