Right back at'cha: MMM's O'Neill letter gets more smackdowns

This week the Cleveland Plain Dealer has printed three letters to the editor, responding to a letter written by MMM's Lori O'Neill, which has been published in multiple newspapers, and which we debunked after it's original printing in the Cincinnati Enquirer. O'Neill has apparently sent basically the same misguided, anti-gun letter to every newspaper she could think of, and it keeps getting printed (go figure, it's anti-gun).

But people are responding. They've debunked this article in other papers. Now, two people have been printed in the Cleveland Plain Dealer which accomplish just the same thing.

These people are using common sense to come to very basic conclusions about this latest attempt by the anti-gun lobby. As one writer puts it, " If O'Neill's concerns are so significant, why don't they exist in the other 43 states?" More importantly, another writer pointed out that businesses in other states have realized that it is detrimental to turn away or otherwise deny entry to lawful firearms owners, and asks if "businesses in Ohio want to throw away 4% of their potential business over politics?" Rest assured they will not.

These letters to the Plain Dealer editor may be read here. The Cleveland newspaper publishes their contact information for the submission of letters to the editor.

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