Wednesday, October 7, 2009

The story “Tech families meet with Kaine” (Local, Sept. 28) was irritating. When are you folks going to stop fussing about the loss of loved ones? Everyone knows about the tragedy. It’s time to get past the senseless killings at Virginia Tech and stop bothering the Virginia government, which can do nothing to prevent similar unpredictable events in the future.

There have been 544 deaths on Virginia highways so far this year, and that number doesn’t include deaths by other accidents in Virginia. Compare those numbers to the Virginia Tech shooting and get some perspective before publishing more “bleeding heart” stories about Virginia Tech.

ART BACHMAN



Gum Spring, Va.

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