The NRA leadership will say the victims are just left wing props. And Alex Jones will have video to prove it's a WH plot. And I hope every f'n senate shˇtbag — Repugnican or Demicrap — that filibustered or voted against the last gun vote contracts combustible polyps.
I'm 100% behind gun control. But let's not kid ourselves into thinking that a more thorough background check would have prevented this. You just can't vet out stupid sick people with a paper questionnaire.
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Of course not. BUT, background checks should decrease the number of guns out there and that is the intent. This whole gun discussion is about slowing/decreasing the senseless slaughter. It is not going to happen overnight; other than a quickie, not much does. However, it is a step in the right direction, well if and when it happens. The crazies will always be out and we will always be playing catch-up. That is the nature of that beast. No different than trying to catch bank robbers, computer hackers, etc..
Except the frequency and devastation of these situations is without equal.
Bingo ! It's going to take many things and a lot of time...
The NRA keeps saying "This won't do it!" and "That won't do it !" . . . like we need 1 single thing !!!!
That's like trying to regulate traffic and eliminate traffic deaths with 1 law !! It takes many ! Each will contribute to a decline in deaths and saves lives... together many lives will be spared and many families not decimated !! NRA doesn't want to acknowledge that !!!!
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