I hear you man, but can we delay this conversation until after all of the dead have been put to rest?
There are an estimated 12,0000 murders involving a gun each year in the U.S., meaning that statistically there are 33 a day. While obviously not evenly distributed, odds are someone, somewhere in the United States is a victim of murder by a gun each day.
I say all that to say this: If you're waiting for a day when there's no victim of gun violence to have a discussion about what, if any, gun control measures this country should have, you'll never have that discussion.
I was speaking of the dead in Connecticut.
This tragedy is too horrific to be having discussions about anything right now.
This discussion can wait. No reason to be having it now.
This tragedy in Connecticut is completely repulsive to all people, gun owners or not. It is a shame a very few like this nut case have to give the rest of us 52 million US gun owners a bad name.
walkman, i actually started this earlier in the day before that idiot in connecticut decided to show his stupidity. just bad timing i reckon.
pig, i will have to agree with you on that.
you cant fix stupid and all the gun laws in the world wont stop people from killing people..............
our prayers are with the families of the victims and all affected by this tragedy.
Gun control are not, until we (The USA) start holding individuals responsible for thier actions, nothing will change.