…you are an idiot.
No, we’re very poorly regulated.
It wasn’t a lie, it was a mistake, and one I have now corrected.
What helps me sleep at night is knowing I have the firepower to defend myself, and I’m not giving that up, especially after all of the tragic news we’ve been hearing lately.
But the depraved bastard used a knife.
Don’t let anyone make this tragedy about guns.
Keep the victims of the Connecticut shooting in your hearts and pray for their families. For once I agree with our president, when he said that our hearts are broken for them.
Pray for them, but also pray for a clear mind. Don’t be fooled. Don’t let anyone tell you that this act of depraved, senseless violence against innocent children is a reason to relinquish a little bit more of your God-given right to defend yourself.
This is not a gun issue, this is a moral issue.
So while you pray for those hurt the most by this tragedy, pray for the soul of America. If this heinous act was proof of anything, it’s that we’ve lost our way. We’ve forgotten in whom we trust.
Whether you’re Christian or Jewish or Muslim or Buddhist or anything else, let’s make this a time, not to argue about politics, but to renew our faith in God and our commitment to living as He wishes us to—with love, kindness, and forgiveness for all of our brothers and sisters here on Earth.
Something I wrote on my art blog, thought I’d share it here.