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In Search of Meaning at Sandy Hook

Desert Denizen Wrote: Dec 16, 2012 7:54 PM
I think Kevin McCullough hit the nail square on the head. We as a nation have abandoned the concept of evil as a force in the world. Why in the past few decades have events like this become relatively commonplace? A cop looks at means, motive, and opportunity to uncover the culprit in a crime. Applying this concept to this crime leads me to some very disturbing conclusions. If anything, the means and the opportunity have become more difficult since the 1960's. At that time access to weapons and to places where people gather was arguably easier, yet there were not attacks like this. We now have a myriad of gun laws and regulations. Sandy Hook was locked down already when the shooter showed up.
NewJAl Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 12:10 AM
Locked down with not a single responsible adult with a means to fight fire with fire.
Thanks to gun laws, only criminals have guns.
May I repeat an amusing story, that shows the inability of Liberals to think.
A pretty young girl, joining, self-righteously, in a march against gun violence, carrying a sign wanting more gun control laws, and quite proud that she is free-thinking enough to smoke pot, in a State where that is against the law.

There are just some things children should never see.

Unfortunately for those who attend Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newton, Ct. they now have not only seen them but will have them burned in their memories for the better part of their lives. Being escorted by police, stepping over bodies of dead classmates, trying to avoid stepping in pools of blood, and simply getting out of your schoolhouse and back to the safety of the arms of a parent--would be trauma enough--even without the violent screams of terror and gunshot that preceded it.

The innocence of a child is...