This is a sad story indeed.
Ten-year-old Sierra Guyton was buried in Milwaukee yesterday, after a pastor demanded an end to the gun violence that killed her. Sierra was caught in cross-fire on May 21st, while she was playing with her sister at a school playground on Milwaukee's north side. Mourners filled the nearby Tabernacle Community Baptist Church, where Pastor Don Darius Butler said there was no way not to feel outrage -- and he vowed, "We will take this city back. Let not her living or dying be in vain." At the burial site, children released pink balloons into the air. Sierra was killed in gunfire between two men who were in a dispute with each other. Both face criminal charges.
My concern is what plan of action does this pastor have to take the city back? More gun control? Or may I suggest the answer here as in Chicago lies something else: Moral compass leading to decay/family dysfunction etc... which seems to be lost in our country, and this city.
The pastor needs to lead the charge in reversing moral decay, and restoring religious values.
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Cities are a war zone ... arm yourself, your kids, your grandma or move out
I no longer like to offer sympathy for folks anymore in a society that does not honor our RKBA ...it just gives fodder to the antis