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Letter: Of tweets & twits 

Editor,

As I do each week, just now finished your editorial ('Making sense of the senseless'). You never let me down. As usual, I appreciate your voice. Very well said, all of it.

Impossible nearly to believe that some fool such as Nate Bell can be elected to office. More correct, I suppose, that a politician would tweet something as utterly idiotic as that which he did.

AR-15 with a high capacity magazine? Uh, no, Nate. That's for you to own. You're the paranoid fool.

Thanks again for your voice. Same to Jessica Leigh Lebos. She too is a darn good writer. Keep shouting.

Chris LaReau

Editor's Response: Thanks, Chris. One caveat: I was mistaken about Nate Bell — he's actually an Arkansas state representative, not a member of Congress. But as you say, the tweet is his to own regardless.

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