I write in response to The Day editorial, "Good plan, suspect timing; now move on," (Feb. 23).
Of course Gov. Malloy grabbed the spotlight by going public about gun proposals, ahead of his task force. Yet The Day seems to agree with his idea about an Oct. 1 deadline for owners of magazines holding more than 10 bullets to either sell them off or turn them into the police.
Think. Americans purchased this property legally and in good faith. Doesn't forcing Americans to submit their property to confiscation set a dangerous precedent?
If this does become law it would be extremely hypocritical to call Connecticut the Constitution State. It should henceforth be known as the Communist State of Connecticut, our leader being "King Malloy!"