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Dear Mr. President, Representatives, and Senators

 

I would like your support in getting children to stop playing shooting games, or watching violent videos. I would like you to tell the nation that gun games aren't good for us. I have played gun games, and known that people had been shot before, but these never connected in my mind. But the recent massacre in Connecticut has shown me how serious guns can be. I would like your support to show Americans, especially kids, how serious guns are, and that guns aren't a laughing matter.

Thank you.

 

Walter William Osborne

 

P.S. - I'm Walter's Mom. Due to his age, 10, I am sponsoring this petition with him. This stems from Walter's reaction to the Newtown shootings. His response was to do something, and convince his peers to do something. I hope Congress & the White House will take a page from his book and act. This is Wally's action - where is yours?

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Letter to
U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Senate, President Barack Obama
Dear Mr. President, Representatives, and Senators



I would like your support in getting children to stop playing gun games, or watching gun videos. I would like you to tell the nation that gun games aren't good for us. I have played gun games, and known that people had been shot before, but these never connected in my mind. But the recent massacre in Connecticut has shown me how serious guns can be. I would like your support to show Americans, especially kids, how serious guns are, and that guns aren't a laughing matter.


Thank you.



Walter William Osborne



P.S. - I'm Walter's Mom. Due to his age, 10, I am sponsoring this petition with him. This stems from Walter's reaction to the Newtown shootings. His response was to do something, and convince his peers to do something. I hope Congress & the White House will take a page from his book and act. This is Wally's action - where is yours?