In response to:

The Newtown Tragedy

GoodLord Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 5:36 PM
Oh, yeah? How about gun advocates saying that armed teachers could have prevented this? That, my friend, is exploitation. Calling for stricter gun regulation is a direct response to a problem. Pull your head out...
GoodLord Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 5:51 PM
Also, only a simpleton like yourself would use some tagline phrase like "this is a mental health issue." Really? A tragedy of this magnitude is only one type of issue? Things are that cut and dry? It's fine. I understand you probably lack the brain power to consider all sides of complex issues. To then go so far as to ask that you process those issues into coherent thoughts is clearly getting beyond the territory you are intellectually capable of entering. I guess it isn't your fault.
GoodLord Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 5:49 PM
I can guarantee by any measure of intelligence I am smarter than you are.

I was directly addressing someone chastising people as exploiting this tragedy by calling for strict regulation. However, it is the people using the tragedy to further the pro-gun agenda who are being exploitative. How about you read something for what it actually says prior to making an asinine comment about it?

Address that issue.
anderson659 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 5:39 PM
Dear Good Lord, or in your case Stupid.

This is a mental health issue, not a gun control issue.

Are you really so stupid as to believe an inanimate object killed those people all by itself? Really?

As the mother of five-year-old twins in a small town not too far from New York city, yesterday's events in Newtown hit close to home -- literally and figuratively.  It's hard to imagine the depths of shock, sorrow and anguish rippling throughout our community in the wake of yesterday's hideous crime.

It is a terrible, terrible thing to be reminded, once again, of how powerful, how senseless and how ugly the face of evil can seem.  It is terrible even to have to acknowledge that such evil exists in the world.  But it does, and there's no use in...