I was going to type something stating the same thing Carter. It's never gonna stop with these people. When Clinton authorized the ban on "assault rifles" (whatever the hell that is), the anti-gun crowd secured a toe-hold they'll never willingly relinquish. And the media couldn't wait to find a victim's family member, stick a microphone in their face(s), and let the raw emotions flow while the cameras rolled. The media could care less about it all except their blurb that'll be archived until the next shooting. They're not hunters or shooters and I'll bet you 75% of those who report "the news" in whatever format, don't know the difference between a muzzle and a butt-plate. They're all a pack of buzzards waiting on the next road kill.
Dianne Feinstein had some interesting comments: “We must ask ourselves if an individual whose family called police with concerns about mental health, who is receiving therapy and who has had several run-ins with police should be allowed to own multiple firearms and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.” Hindsight is 20/20, but the murderer passed a background check and even talked to police before his rampage – they found nothing wrong. But that’s not Feinstein’s point, as even she went on to admit [emphasis added]: “When anyone, no matter their mental health or history, can so easily obtain any gun they want and as many as they want, we must recognize a problem. … Shame on us for allowing this to continue.”
Of the 13 victims, 6 murdered and 7 wounded, half were either stabbed or hacked with a machete. You are correct Carter, the blades haven't been mentioned in the latest news cycle and its sickening.
Pain or damage don't end the world. Or despair or f-ing beatings. The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back.- Al Swearengen