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Recorded: Wed 14 Sep 2011, 14:23 GMT
Released: Wed 14 Sep 2011, 15:04 GMT

Subject(s):
- politics > defence > firearms

Location: Arizona, UNITED STATES (USA)

Arizona, UNITED STATES (USA), Wed 14 Sep 2011, 14:23 GMT

CONTROVERSY CONTINUES TO BREW IN ARIZONA ... AFTER A LOCAL REPUBLICAN PARTY AUCTIONS A GUN.
THE PROBLEM?
THE GUN THAT WAS RAFFLED OFF WAS SIMILAR TO THE ONE USED IN THE TUCSON SHOOTING RAMPAGE EARLIER THIS YEAR.
A TUCSON GROUP PLANS TO HOLD A RALLY AGAINST THE PIMA COUNTY GROUP TODAY (wednesday).
MANY PEOPLE SAY THEY'RE NOT AGAINST GUNS ...
BUT AUCTIONING OFF A GUN SIMILAR TO THE ONE ALLEGEDLY USED BY JARED LOUGHNER IS OUTRAGEOUS.
BADGER says-"And I have a gun and I support people having guns."

BADGER says: -"Stirs the memories of that tragic, tragic day

BADGER says: "I think it was extremely insensitive, (Covered by a CU on a gun) extremely poor judgment."

BADGER says: "I don't see any reason for the rally. (On camera) but I'd like to see the politicians start talking about the issues that affect the people. How do we get more jobs."

BRENNER says: "Would rather concentrate on fixing the problems."

BRENNER says: "You know what we're...let's go off the camera here."

BRENNER says: "I would like to see them ask for an apology from the current administration for allowing thousands of firearms we're not just talking about one pistol here, allowing thousands of firearms to go to criminals in Mexico."
SIX PEOPLE DIED ..
AND ELEVEN OTHERS WERE HURT IN JANUARY'S SHOOTING RAMPAGE -- INCLUDING CONGRESSWOMAN GABRIELLE GIFFORDS.







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