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    Default Let us never forget 'OUR' Conneticut children!

    I'm sure that my feelings are shared by everyone here when i say that, I am still heart broken for those children. This loss is so uniquely sad and outrageous. Hopefully this tragedy will create some type of serious gun control here in America. Australia would be a good example of CHANGE regarding serious gun laws.


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    It amazes me just how much true evil there is in the world. This is such a tragedy.

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    It was terrible what happened.

    I really do hope that they put politics to one side, and try to change the gun laws in the USA.

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    Highlander, this is a posting to specifically RESPECT those young children here in America that were lost.
    Anyone with an ounce of compassion would understand that,
    so your comment"Can anyone seriously be heartbroken at this?" makes no sense.
    Don't use condescension here. It is not welcomed.
    Words to praise those children who died at such a young age certainly IS WELCOMED.

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    No children deserves to die...looking at there pictures breaks my heart.

    A strict gun control is acceptable but banning guns in the USA is not. This will not pass, it better not.

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    Artista, thanks for posting this. This CT shooting was one of the worst tragedies that could ever happen; innocent young children who had their lives taken from them for no reason whatsoever. They will never have the chance to grow up, graduate high school or college, or enjoy the rest of what life has to offer. This is truly heartbreaking and unreal. I live in the northeast U.S. and I actually know people whose families were personally affected by this. Again, truly heartbreaking.

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    Yes, let's hope this does change gun control laws. Let's hope that it becomes much easier to carry a concealed weapon so that when these nut jobs come into a public place to slaughter innocent people somebody will take them out before they accomplish that.

    Banning guns will just take away guns from good people. Bad people will still get them and use them however they like. Same thing with alcohol, drugs, gambling, etc. Prohibition never works.

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    I can take my car and drive it through a place with a lot of people at 100 mph and kill alot more than 26. Should we ban cars?

    Though I don't see how people have such a moral outrage over these things. When someone in the Pentagon is playing a computer game where he controls a flying robot armed with missiles and uses them to blowup women and children in some 3rd world country no one complains about that for some reason

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    2 SEPERATE issues with differing circumstances. Work on your comprehension and compassion skills. You need to

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    I actually agree with Highlander for once. Maybe it's just because I lack empathy, but other countries have it so much worse. Watch a Nat Geo documentary on Rwanda street children or something comparable and it'll really put things in perspective for you.

    Further, gun control isn't going to fix this. It's just going to piss a bunch of people off and those that really want to have guns are going to find ways to get them. It's like illegal drugs; if you make them illegal, you create a lucrative black market for them.

    I mean no disrespect by this post. Just voicing my opinion.

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