Too soon? Not this time.
Over the past decade, I have sadly observed each subsequent shooting tragedy, wondering when things would get so out bad, so out of hand that the United States would finally do something about gun violence.
I think Newton is the tragedy that puts the pro gun advocates on their heels.
I wonder: Is this the tragedy that moves US opinion away from the wild west and towards a more sane and civilized culture? Might we ever get a Supreme Court that understands a “well regulated militia” is not the same as an “heavily armed population?”
I am not sure what the solution is — what is logistically ideal or politically feasible.
I do know that if nothing is done, we can expect more Newtowns and Virginia Techs in the future . . .