Will next week's gun buy back program make the city safer?
This is not going to make the city any safer. Do you think criminals are going to turn in their guns? What a joke!
The City leadership are half-witts as it relates to gun control. Really mayor.... you want CalPERS to divest itself from gun manufactures and similar businesses. That is insanely stupid! I'm sure the mayor's answer is it's a good idea even if it saves one life. Really? Stop the B.S.! So, let's talk about other things that injure and kill more people in America, alcohol. In fact, you look at crime and drugs and alcohol are almost always involved. So mayor, why not have CalPERS divest of any alcohol related businesses? What about other risky businesses. How about automobile manufactures that build cars that can go over one hundred miles per hour. How many people are injured or killed in automobiles were speed was a contributing factor. The list goes on and on. The problem is the mayor is the worst type of politician. That's one that politicizes tragedies for their own political gains. If the mayor really did care about people she would looking at other things rather than guns, which are protected by the second amendment.
Shame on you Mayor!
He** NO..so they gonna get some little old ladies guns from their closet. This is legal robbery. I don't feel safer. I don't think the "outlaws" will be participating.
Legal Gun Owner Says:
How about spending some tax dollars for a CVPD task force to apprehend Chula Vista known gang members and confiscate their guns?? That will keep us safe...do a poll on that!!
**Law Abiding Gun Owners, Keep your guns to protect yourself and your family.
**Lock your guns and keep them safe.
**Take a gun safety class and practice using your gun at a shooting range.
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