Tuesday, December 18, 2012

No More



Today's column for the Daily Banter hesitantly wonders if we may finally be on the verge of meaningful change in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting.

No excerpt for this one -- just feel free to read if you'd like.

The Daily Banter: Nothing Should Ever Be the Same/12.18.12

3 comments:

Riles said...

Great article, and things must change.

I'm a dad, and although I probably should, I still cannot bring myself to look at the faces, names or ages of the kids who were killed. I physically can't do it -- it's just too heartbreaking.

Victor the Crab said...

Excellent article, Chez.

Fuck, but it's hard to look at those innocent faces and realize their lives were taken from them by an armed lunatic for whatever fucked up reason he had. Something had God damned better change from all this, or else America is fucked.

Colombo said...

I still feel sick when i think about those kids and how they died, its just so fucking sad, made infinitely worse since I just became a dad for the first time. I can't even begin to imagine the hurt, and yes, rage those parents must be feeling. I fucking hate that it took 20+ 6 year olds to die for us to even begin to THINK about having a meaningful debate on gun control. It makes me fucking ill that we have been so fucking stupid for so long not have had this before.