Dear Editor:

After listening to Senator Grassley and members of the audience Monday morning, I have a few questions of my own. Maybe someone can answer them for me.

Why does my husband need a license to hunt, a bag limit and even control of what kind of a gun he can use, when a mentally ill person can go out and kill all he wants to if given the chance? Are ducks, deer and all matter of wildlife more important than people?

There doesn't seem to be a bag limit on people. I am not against guns. We eat wild game all year, so I'm not against killing for food. I just don't understand why we can't get a compromise and get rid of guns that have no real value except to kill a lot of people.

We do have gun control in this country; it's just used to protect wildlife, not people. P.S. I don't expect to get an answer to this question except the same one I keep hearing: They want to take away my guns.