Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013 | 5:47 p.m.
Talk about weapons of mass destruction: In World War II, the British city of Coventry was destroyed by German bombs. Residents were not warned because Prime Minister Winston Churchill didn’t want to tip off the Germans that the British had broken the German code. Thousands died.
The Allies dropped incendiary bombs on Tokyo, where tens of thousands of people died as a result.
After killing millions of Jews with bullets, the Germans turned to gas because it was more efficient.
Being killed by any means, one is still dead. If we outlaw gas, why not outlaw bullets and bombs? Let’s stay out of the Mideast conflicts and not kill any more people just to show we can.