Guns, immigrant issues trigger reaction |

Guns, immigrant issues trigger reaction

One man’s opinion on guns and a threat of violence both triggered a reaction from online readers of The Aspen Times last week.

Paul Anderson’s May 7 column, “Armed for learning,” contemplating the need for college students to arm themselves on campus, generated a flurry of comment. There was this, for example:

Offered another, in part:

There was also this:

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Articles regarding graffiti that threatened violence at Latino workers at the Base Village work site in Snowmass Village also spurred comment. Said one reader:

Offered another:

But, there was also this:

Yet another reader had this to say:

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Finally, news of the new hybrid SUV, the Chrysler Aspen, generated this observation:

And, there was this:

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