In response to:

To the Parents of Newtown:

glide Wrote: Apr 19, 2013 6:02 PM
I have never seen in my lifetime a gun running around aimlessly shooting individuals. But we have all heard the news of a gun in the hands of a sick person shooting individuals. We have laws and institutions in place which should be ahead of the game in keeping us safe. But because of politics and powerful lawyers lobbyists who support the left wing radicals, we are now all in jeopardy. Sandy Hook was a terrible attack. It was an act commited by a very sick person. Had it not been a gun it could well have been a bomb. Those at Sandy Hook, who's children were not harmed, should thank God it was not a bomb. Weapons are not our enemy. It's those holding the weapons you should be blaming.

As this week’s gun control vote settles in, and as the President urges you toward angst and distress that compounds your already profound pain, I want to give you a different perspective that offers love, empathy and clarity.

But before I get to one syllable of the differences I--and millions of Americans-- have with your chosen reaction to the tragedy in your town and in your families, there is something that needs to be said.

It has been repeated countless times, and it should be, to all of you:

You are in our prayers every day. Those of us with children...