I agree with DrMark.
I watched the NRA press conference yesterday on MSNBC, which only aired LaPierre's speech and followed it with the expected bashing by their team of "analysts".
I also watched Night Line's interview with Mayor Bloomberg (http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/). Cynthia McFadden did an excellent job of bringing the contradictions of gun control to him. I found it especially pleasing that she asked him about the appropriateness of his armed escorts in the face of his stand on guns in the hands of citizens. He replied "Of course." She also corrected him on his description of the assault rifles he wants to ban (and that he apparently thinks everyone owns) as being guns that continuously fired with a single pull of the trigger. (NB: While he described what we define as "assault rifles", he clearly erred in applying that description to the guns he's trying to ban.) The program also had clips from victims and their families of mass shootings. Didn't have any from victims or families who complained about being attacked in a gun free zone.
No one interviewed wants a repeat of Sandy Hook, but there is a strong disagreement about how to accomplish this.
This will be a tough fight to retain the rights we have now, even in Virginia.