In spite of any negative economic impact, in response to the shooting death of Australian baseball player Chris Lane, “General Hospital” and “Castle” actress Nancy Lee Grahn believes that the NRA is in such control of the United States that an international boycott would be justified:
http://t.co/XdYswikIVi I fully support any civilized country from boycotting tourism in the NRA run USA.
— Nancy Lee Grahn (@NancyLeeGrahn) August 21, 2013
It should be noted that the three teens in custody suspected of taking part in the cold blooded killing of Australian student Chris Lane are not known to be members of the NRA, and, under current gun laws, all three were already prohibited from carrying the .22 caliber revolver used in the shooting. Calling for boycotts and the passing of more laws to protect against people who don’t obey laws doesn’t seem like the answer when it comes to finding ways to stop those with such callous disregard for human life. Perhaps it would also be wise to study why some harbor such a callous disregard for human life.
But obviously some prefer to simply blame the gun along with a bunch of people who didn’t pull the trigger that day in Oklahoma.
Does any1 here honestly think ur going 2 change my mind re NRA greed, need 4 stricter gun laws, screening & WA impotence on this issue?
— Nancy Lee Grahn (@NancyLeeGrahn) August 22, 2013
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