Misguided blame
Mar 27, 2018 | 2496 views | 0 0 comments | 197 197 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Dear Editor,

In his letter last week about school violence, Ed Konecnik blamed everyone but the most responsible party: the NRA.

He pointed out that "students are taught that all lifestyles are equal even if they disagree with them." Do the words "civil rights" and "equality" mean something different in his world?

As for his statement that children "tend to become aggressive and even violent when confronted with criticism, disapproval or teasing,” I'm sure he was misquoted. He's obviously talking about the disgrace inhabiting the Oval Office.

But maybe he's right about today's youth being pampered, how else can he explain the millions of teens who organized and protested throughout the country in Saturday's "March for Our Lives"? Imagine wanting to attend school and not be shot in the head? What spoiled brats!

Sincerely,

Robert LaRosa

Whitestone
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