My 10-year old daughter wrote the below letter to our local sporting goods store Dunham's. She is disturbed by their continued sale of military style assault rifles and high capacity magazines in the wake of Sandy Hook. She asks that you join our family's boycott of Dunham's until they stop selling assault rifles and high capacity magazines. We instead plan to shop at Dick's Sporting Goods because they suspended their sale of such items.
Here is her letter. Please join us in boycotting Dunham's.
I'm a 10 year old girl that lives in Michigan. My family and I are really athletic. We do softball, basketball, gymnastics, and so on. And we go to your store to buy supplies. But when I found out that you were selling assault rifles, I decided to stop shopping at your store, because I don't think citizens should have armed assault rifles. I'm going to ask family and friends to stop shopping at your store too. I plan to start a boycott. I'm very disappointed with your selling of assault rifles.
If you would like to join Rebecca in her boycott, please sign the below petition.
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Howard Lederman, United States2 years ago Comments: No constitutional provision, the Second Amendment included, is unlimited. An assault weapon ban is a reasonable limit. It is also essential for our safety.
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