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Newtown Gives us Much to Consider

Zdravko Wrote: Dec 24, 2012 10:59 AM
In another triumph for the ACLU, some 30 years ago the insane were given the "right" to refuse the interment in asylums for the dangerous lunatics. As the consequence of the newly found "human right" hundreds of asylums for the dangerous lunatic were closed out, and these were let free to roam city streets as the new homeless, with some of them free to plot mass murders. Families of such dangerous lunatics must be given back the right to confine their insane to asylums. All mass murders in the past 30 years have been committed by the criminally insane, and no new gun control laws will do anything useful to remedy this monstrosity imposed on us by the ACLU (formerly the legal arm of the Communist Party USA).

Nothing strikes deeper to the heart than the loss of children. It's one more reason why the horror in Newtown, Conn., has hurt our nation so badly.

I do not believe there is any human suffering like the suffering of a parent who loses a child.

I know it from personal experience. I lost a beautiful, young teenage daughter almost 10 years ago, and the pain never goes away.

When tragedy strikes, we want to do something. It is a natural human instinct that when we suffer, we conclude it is because something is broken and to want...