Gabby Giffords Tells Congress To Act On Gun Control

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Gabby Giffords Tells Congress To Act On Gun Control

Former Arizona representative Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot in the head in 2011, delivered the opening remarks yesterday at a congressional hearing on gun violence that later featured testimony from NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre. What do you think?

  • “Come on. If everyone who got shot felt the need to speak to Congress about gun control, we’d never hear the end of it.”

    Janet Mooney
    Unemployed
  • “Think of the courage, strength, and determination it took to come back and address the nation like LaPierre did after these shootings.”

    Larry Campisi
    Block Maker
  • “Until I hear the side of a deranged mass shooter I don’t know what to think.”

    Alonzo Marshall
    Herbarium Curator