Guns and politics
Ok, perhaps after jump over or avert (or postpone, typical for our DC leaders) the fiscal cliff, and then we can focus on work, family, sports, entertainment...a Super Bowl, the Academy Awards and awaiting spring?
Nope, it's going to get ugly with the upcoming war on guns arriving. Well, it's not going to be a war on guns, but to the defenders of the guns, it's war just thinking about any kinds of limits. (I wonder what Boehner would do if Obama offered to keep taxes on the rich lower if GOP would vote for a ban of the most deadly semi-automatic rifles.... that'd be an interesting test on the right's desire for guns and lower taxes... which is the priority?)
The debate is already ugly, judging by the reaction to the mass shooting that killed 20 children in Connecticut just three days ago.
And wow, the news gets better:
Two police officers killed in Topeka.
A man in California arrested after firing off multiple rounds in a mall parking lot. He was releasing tension from the stuff that made his life unhappy, police said. Used to be, beer was enough for that.
Now I hear those 'people' from that church are to protest at the funerals in Connecticut.
Makes one want to turn off the news and lock the doors.