More than two dozen people killed — most of them elementary school children — in Connecticut. The Administration must make the issue of gun control a top priority. Now! The election is over and there's no need to worry about ruffled feathers. It's time to take the NRA on. It's time for all of us to become pro-life. Not in the abortion context, but to protect the lives of our brothers and sisters and kids from the out of control gun violence in this country.
There are voices who suggest arming teachers, citing those incidents in Florida where gun-toting citizens have foiled armed robberies etc. Here in Illinois soon it'll be legal to carry a concealed weapon, just like in numerous (over 20?) other states. Is this where we're headed?
The worst part of it is this... I only feel the need to own a gun because of these gun nuts and their need to own guns. I have to be able to protect my family... so this year I have been contemplating a weapon.
Not a rifle for hunting or a side arm to practice with at the range. A "Get Thee behind me Satan" gun.
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
Any story link from the Drudge Report will result in a tirade of comments attacking Obama. Whether it's a tragic story like this from CBS, ABC, BBC, Yayoo News, … whatever, their comments pages get filled with Drudge-crowd hate.
I was reading the comments on the CBS News story of the shooting and the wackos were blaming Obama for another staged gun tragedy event to seize guns. Or this shooting was due to CT's school union thugs. Or the shooter must be a Liberal because he's from liberal CT. Or this occurred because Obama has removed prayer from the schools. Or this is a race incident because of actor Jamie Fox saying something about "shooting all the whites he can" ….
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