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Sen. Chris Murphy: No one needs 30-round magazines!/ChrisMurphyCT/status/302581948503687169

We can’t argue with Sen. Chris Murphy’s (D-Conn.) tweet from earlier today. The death of Sandy Hook Elementary’s Anne Marie Murphy, whose body was found shielding those of her first-graders, is truly a tragedy.

Tragic. Beautiful. The Murphy family receiving a posthumous Presidential medal for Anne Marie.…

— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) February 15, 2013

Murphy’s follow-up tweet doesn’t make much sense, though. No one needs 30-round magazines “if” they’re used to kill kids? Killing kids is already illegal, and banning law-abiding gun owners from purchasing high-capacity magazines isn’t killing anything but jobs. Take today’s events in the Colorado legislature, for example, or Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s signing of the SAFE Act in New York, which limits magazines to a 7-bullet capacity.

15 round mag limit just passed Colorado House. UGH. Say goodbye to jobs, companies, common sense. #coleg

— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) February 15, 2013

CO House advanced a bill today that will not reduce violence and will cost the state a $85M industry & 600 jobs. But they feel good!! #coleg

— Tyler Marr (@TylerJMarr) February 15, 2013

Alfred Manufacturing is a major supplier of @magpul_hq. They employ 150 people, with plans to expand and employ 175 in near future #coleg

— Colorado House GOP (@COHouseGOP) February 15, 2013

Democrats advance #MagBan, risking immediate economic impact to CO and loss of at least 750 jobs w/ zero benefit to public safety #coleg

— Colorado House GOP (@COHouseGOP) February 15, 2013

@michellemalkin Remington Arms likely to close it’s NY plant due to “Safe Act” passage:… #coleg

— Carl Quance (@CinderellaMan2) February 15, 2013

We’re happy to have a national conversation on gun violence, but while legislatures fret over whether 7 or 8 or 15 bullets is too many, “if they are used to kill” innocents is the real issue at hand.

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