I woke up this morning, 3,000 miles away, and saw the news. Unsuspecting lives changed forever. I read the story and felt my heart break into a thousand little pieces, and realized I was crying.
My heart goes out to those affected by the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut. Two mass shootings in one week…when does it end?
No one wants to take away your guns. If you feel you need a gun to protect you, you’re guaranteed that right.
But isn’t it time we stop allowing any person with enough cash regardless of their mental stability the “right” to buy a firearm and unleash havoc on unsuspecting victims? Haven’t we had enough senseless violence?
The idea that Joe Schmoe needs an Ak-47 or any assault rifle to “hunt” is simply wrong. An assault rifle is not a fair fight for any creature.
What will the NRA say about this? Will they spin this into “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people?” Okay, fine. If that’s what you want to believe to make yourself sleep better at night, go ahead. But what about those families whose lives have been unforgivably changed, whose worlds have been completely changed, and whose nightmares suddenly became very, very real?
We are supposed to love each other. Not murder each other.
I am numb.
Enough is enough.
Posted on December 14, 2012, in Thoughts and tagged 2nd Amendment, AK-47, assault rifles, change, Connecticut, enough, gun control, killing, Love, mass shootings, murder, Newtown, newtown connecticut, nightmares, NRA, rights, senseless violence, spin control, stop, tragedy, violence. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.