From The Roanoke Times January 31, 2006:
A bill that would have given college students and employees the right to carry handguns on campus died with nary a shot being fired in the General Assembly.
Virginia Tech spokesman Larry Hincker was happy to hear the bill was defeated. “I’m sure the university community is appreciative of the General Assembly’s actions because this will help parents, students, faculty and visitors feel safe on our campus.”
As the evidence from today illustrates it was not actual safety. Just feeling safe. Feeling safe yielded the largest mass shooting in US history. A bunch of people lost their lives today because some politicians deprived the people of their right to keep and bear arms. Those politicians should be tried for accessory to murder.
[Thanks to Jerry. I did little more than copy and paste his email to make this post.]
Here’s an exact definition. Guess the word:
1. betrayal of country
violation of the allegiance owed by a person to his or her own country, for example, by aiding an enemy.