Saturday, December 15, 2012

Maybe we Americans should tighten up our gun control laws a little bit.

Our 2nd Amendment: A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

Perhaps when American citizens apply for a license to own weapons they could be asked a few questions.

Are you a stupid fucking asshole?

Are you deranged?

Do you think it would be fun to murder little boys and little girls?

The people of Japan probably have much better suggestions because their country is extremely peaceful compared to Idiot America.

Our president said "Any of these neighborhoods could be our own, so we have to come together and take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies like this, regardless of the politics."

I predict nothing or virtually nothing will be done. And even if appropriate laws are passed to keep idiots from owning weapons, not much will change because America has more guns than people. We always have been a violent country and we always will be a violent country. It's interesting that we are also a very religious country. I think that's more than a coincidence.

20 little girls and little boys murdered in their classroom. Every child was shot several times. We have these massacres every month just like Muslim scum blow themselves up every single day. It will never end. All we can do besides at least trying to keep lunatics from owning guns is tighten up security, especially in schools.

Among the children, there were 12 girls killed and 8 boys. All of the children were in the first grade, officials said, and all were 6 or 7 years old. One little girl had just turned 7 on Tuesday

Jennifer Huettner, And The Adam Lanza She Knew

From wikipedia, a warning ignored:

Two days before the massacre, Lanza went to a sporting goods store in Danbury, Connecticut, and tried to buy a rifle. He was turned down because he did not want to undergo a background check or abide by the state's waiting period for gun sales.[68] He was too young to have purchased a gun anyway.

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