Opting not to talk part in the Pittsburgh “March for Our Lives” today was no political statement. Lest you have any doubts where my thoughts are on the issue of gun control, read this:
I stand with every adult, teenager and child who is marching in one of America’s cities today to let government officials know that new and meaningful gun control laws need to be enacted.
I stand with every voter who intends to make a politician’s stance on gun laws a pivotal determinant in how I vote in November and in the future.
Juggling my wife getting the taxes completed with my older son helping a friend work on a car with my younger son needing to be at his futsal game, I couldn’t be in downtown Pittsburgh for the march. But don’t you dare think that I am ditching the effort started by the Parkland, FL., teenagers.
Ball in your court.