Why are you blaming me? I wasn't there.
Why are you blaming my guns? They didn't fire a shot that day.
Why aren't we blaming you and your policies? I know you weren't there, but your policies were.
I am sick to death of reading about people being killed for a lack of shooting back.
First shot fired a 0935. First medical attention rendered at 1000!
How many lives lost because the police, being a reactive body, needed to take valuable time to figure out what the situation was?
How many lives would have been saved if a teacher with a now slung carbine could meet the cops and EMT's at the door and say, "got 'im; we have wounded; this way..." Let alone the lives saved if the killing had been interrupted by the killer being killed.
So, Charles, Dianne, Mike... Your ideas and policies murdered those children. How do you feel about that? Are you proud? Will you brag about the laws in Connecticut that were identical to the '94-'04 AWB? Will you point out, with pride, how a not-even-ephemeral line on the ground banned firearms from entering the school?
Will you mention that, "Connecticut statutes contain provision that allow law enforcement officials to pre-emptively seize a person's firearms without a warrant or court order, when they have probable cause that the person may either be mentally unstable or intends to use the weapons to commit a crime."? Y'all are normally thrilled to violate people's 4th Amendment rights, where were you?
I wasn't there. I didn't do it. I didn't do anything that could have stopped it.
That's still better than you.
I didn't facilitate the situation and have long maintained that gun-free victim zones just get people killed.
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