22 thoughts on “Here We Go Again …

  1. Dear Jill,

    This is so infuriating. Every time this happens, I can see this wounding all those who have previously been victims of mass school shooters. These parents and the students have lobbied hard for changes to get the US gun laws modified to prevent future killing places. But our weenie legislators (mostly republican) don’t give a damn about our children or this country. They just have their hands out for the NRA monies as they protect themselves from losing their cushy jobs.

    What does it take for these peoples to finally stand up to what is right for a change?

    Hugs, Gronda

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    • The ones who are there now are already beyond salvation, I think. What does it take? It takes replacing these greedy, corrupt, elected officials who have no conscience, with some new blood … men and women who actually care about the nation and its people. Until we do that, this will continue … over and over our hearts will break. And I wonder if a single Congressman/woman lost a wink of sleep over it. I did. Sigh. Hugs, my friend!

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  2. Words do not exist that can adequately describe this senseless loss of life, yet again. Tears and prayers are insufficient interventions. Without real change to gun laws, these tragedies will be perpetuated.

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    • All those in Congress who failed to act after Parkland in February, have the blood of these children on their hands. It won’t change until we force it, for there is too much money involved … the money matters more than the lives of our children. 😠

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    • You are right … nothing will change. More talk, more useless ‘thoughts, prayer & sympathy’, and nothing will change. The next one will be soon after school starts up again in September. At least maybe we get a short reprieve for the summer. 😦


  3. I wonder how many of those kids killed had parents who are rabid gun owners… Texans say we need good guys with white hats to stop the bad with black hats. So where WERE those good guys today??? Sigh…

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    • Being that it was Texas, it’s a safe bet to say most were gun owners. The AR-15 the kid used belonged to his father. I hope the father goes to prison as well. Another sad, nay tragic day in the history of the U.S. And nothing will be done, just like nothing was done after Parkland.

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