Its not guns that should be regulated., Its the media! Hollywood glorifies gun violence! They make billions of dollars on gun violence!
News media tries to make gun crimes front page news SATURATING THE TVS... Day after day, crazy people watch the news too! Its their fault!
Not responsible gun owners!
Its liberal medias fault. THAT'S WHERE THE BLAME LIES! THEY SHOULD BAN VIOLENT MOVIES.
I support consistent loving action to get beneath the surface, beneath the symptoms that we experience and feel so deeply. Accessing the core of the social disfunction is just as critical as gun control...(if not more!). Look at the adult models of war and killing that the suseptable and impressionable youth are following!
We need to protect our children, they're our future generation, and our beloved ones.
My final resort is to continue with my education and home school my children. Safety has precedent over Education. My kids will be safe at home learning.
What a terrible waste of darling little lives, they didn't have a chance. There teachers didn't have to die either. Thanks to the quick thinking of the teachers or it would have been worse. Absolutely senseless
What the hell happened to the world? Armed cops are needed to defend children in the school? Am I getting old? The school I went had open gates and no security measurements were needed. The biggest crime was a fallen pen not given back to it's owner.
Whoever said the shooter had Aspergers is mistaken I think. The only condition mentioned on any news outlet.
was Autism, which is still far from explaining his actions!
Tighter regulations for gun owners but also we need to look at the root of all of this. Our system of mental health has got to be fixed. Insurance companies need to stop undermine physicians and other health care professionals. The state run programs are grossly over whelmed. In South Carolina, the wait for treatment of persons presenting with suicidal ideation are put on a wait list of over 6 months. If seen patient discharged way too soon from inpatient and outpatient treatment. More often than not, poor people are treated by incarceration.
Lets see...signatures vs. political payoffs...hmmmm...
I think we'll need 100 million, but I'm game...
What is going on in our schools should never happen again.