If I hear one fool, one idiotic, moronic asshat suggest that having guns in feckin' classrooms or schools would have prevented and protected lives on this dreadful and awful day in Connecticut, I may just slap the living crap out of said cuif. Oh don't politicize this they'll scream. Don't take blame away from the gunman they'll chime. Feckin' excuses! How many more must suffer before action is taken to protect your own people, America? But it's in the constitution! Oh, really? Are you a well trained militia, ready to fight some Indians or red coats are you? What's that? No? That's what I thought, read your own god damned historical documents before you dare try using them to defend such pathetic and selfish arguments.
It hasn't even been a bloody year since I last wrote on a shooting in America. This one perhaps even more senseless than the last. Of course, every shooting is that, senseless. You must be in a state of proper and utter madness - or lack many'a cog -, to willingly inflict such hell on other Human beings. Never mind other Humans, goddamned children! My thoughts - and would-be prayers - go out to each and every single one of those involved and harmed in some way or another. There is no way to express the loss of a loved one when they're taken in such a manner. No words fit the moment, no way too offer conclusion to the worst of the worst moments in any life that must endure such pain. Remembrance is all that can be offered, given and received at this point. I'd ask all to do simply that. Remember this awful feeling, don't allow it to slink away in some clevis of your mind. One of the only ways we can actively fight these awful moments, and prevent them; is if we actively remember the hell which we must endure, wouldn't you agree?
With that said. Can anyone truly argue against tighter gun laws? Forget this incident for just one moment, thousands upon thousands are shoot and killed unlawfully each year. We don't hear about that so much, because it's just little bits and bobs of the ugly picture which is gun crime. It takes such lose of this magnitude to have people stop and think for the slightest, clip of a second. You either actively make an effort to prevent such hell being unleashed upon your land this time, or it'll continue on and on and on. Is that fair towards the victims? They're death's are meaningless, they're carved into a statement by an ugly, inhuman monster. They were abused and used in their last moments in their life. Why allow the chance that'll happen again?
On behalf of the sites staff, our thoughts and hearts go out to the victims and their loved ones. There is no other gesture which can be offered. Time - in my own opinion -, isn't a healer. It's a female dog. But of course, I'm personally a cynic at heart. However, time alone - and the support in due time - will help those in need at the point whence they request it.
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With that said, there's just one last thing to say: