Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association’s response?
Shooters attack an elementary school in CT – another “gun-free zone.” Makes children sitting ducks. kltv.com/story/20345707…
— Bryan Fischer (@BryanJFischer) December 14, 2012
Maybe “Hello Kitty” and “Transformers” themed .357 Magnum’s for six year olds is the answer, but I doubt it. I doubt God is thrilled about the possibility either.
Look, “guns don’t kill people, people kill people” is bullshit because guns make it a whole lot easier to kill people.
Google “Shooting at UK school”. The last such incident was in 1996. Don’t tell me gun control doesn’t help prevent such atrocities against young innocents, because it does. But instead of action we get something that properly belongs at The Onion.
Update: Multiple dead reported at Sandy Hook School in Connecticut, “Police said some of the shooting victims are children but it is not clear if they are among the dead.”
Update 2: More than a dozen persons, including children shot and killed at Newtown, Conn., elementary school, federal, and state law enforcement sources tell ABC News.
at least 20 shot, multiple dead at Sandy Hook Elementary shooting #newtown
— Hartford Courant (@hartfordcourant) December 14, 2012
CBS News confirms: 27 people are dead in Connecticut school shooting. 14 are children.
— KCBS 740 AM/106.9 FM (@KCBSNews) December 14, 2012
CBS News’ John Miller reports there is preliminary information that the gunman was the father of one of the students.
In the wake of the horrors in Connecticut today, is it time yet to consider, maybe, perhaps, possibly having a national conversation over whether, maybe, perhaps, possibly we should do something about the possible problems with celebrating the freedom to have such a heavily armed populace?
Or are we still waiting for it to be time to consider, maybe, perhaps, possibly having a national conversation over whether, maybe, perhaps, possibly we should do something about the possible problems with celebrating a heavily armed populace in reaction to what happened in Oregon, or in Kansas City, or Aurora, or is it just time to beat up on Bob Costas some more?
Jesus, I am so sick of this country and its goddamn cargo cult of deadly weapons
“I don’t think today is that day,” WH’s Carney says about calls for gun-control debate.
— Brian Hughes (@BrianHughesDC) December 14, 2012
WTF?!! More of the same old, same old.
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