Wednesday, April 18, 2007

As we mourn and recover from the horrific massacre of the 32 VT students, gun control activists along with the media are already using this story to further their agendas. It has been only two days since the worst killings in U.S. history, can we please show some remorse for the families and friends of these students? April 17th, the day after the shootings, Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, a democrat from NY, had this to say, "The unfortunate situation in Virginia could have been avoided if congressional leaders stood up to the gun lobby." No time wasted, but then again can we expect anything less from these people? I will not join in the exploitation of this terrible incident, instead I wish to express my condolences to the families of those 32 students, as well as the student body of Virginia Tech. Our hearts and prayers are with them.

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