Where are all of the ‘vigils’ for folks dying from hammers, fists, rocks, car wrecks, drowning, and so on? Yes,, kids being killed is bad, however, innocent gun owners didn’t do it, so why punish us? The simple answer is, we’d follow the law and be their pet on a leash. It’s about people control, not gun control.
Really, stop your pity parties and move on! I’d rather live in a dangerous place free than a safe space as a slave. Don’t like guns, don’t buy one, just know that bad guys have them and your laws mean nothing to them so who will protect you?
Ethan Song (Song family) GUILFORD, CT – The parents of Ethan Song spent several days in Washington, D.C. last week with others who are trying to get politicians to enact tougher gun ownership laws and to also remember the lives of those lost.
The national vigil for all victims of gun violence was first held in 2012 to honor the victims of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown and to call for action.
Since then, over 700,000 Americans have been killed or injured by a gun and the vigil has expanded to support all victims and survivors of gun […]