This incident brought to you by the National Rifle Association and their Push to put more and more weapons on the streets.
The rest of the world is looking at the US with disgust as our weapons make their way all over the world.Just a heads up about the sentiment already spilling out from this tragedy (apparently at least, unless it turns out to be gang related and they were the only ones hurt, gang members that is. No love lost or tears shed if you put yourself in that kind of a violent situation on a constant basis) Nothing about the victims and their families and nothing about mourning or anything else. Just pro-Brady rhetoric trying to capitalize on a tragedy and take it over for their own cause regardless of who gets hurt or emotionally distraught in the process.I agree with posters in other forums that say the police should be able to stop and check for weapons at will.
Come to think of it....Why does this not surprise me????