The 27 victims of shooting in a Connecticut school may "Rest In Peace" RIP

The 27 victims of shooting in a Connecticut school may "Rest In Peace" RIP

Newtown : CT : USA | Dec 15, 2012 at 1:47 AM PST
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The 27 victims of shooting in a Connecticut school may “Rest In Peace” RIP


Alfredo B. Ancheta

Anchor for Allvoices

Reporting about the shooting tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, VeronicaS Roberts quoted President Barack Obama says “Our hearts are broken”…”as a country, we have gone through this too many times.”

Yes, I did not only read about it. I watched the news about it on Fox News. Twenty-eight souls mostly children were killed and the incident is described as Dava Castillo said, “Second deadliest school shooting in US history…”

It was movingly involving to see the president of the most powerful nation on earth to weep as he spoke on television about the young victims of the shooting. Yes, President Obama admitted that Americans have gone through this too many times. This is to suggest that the trend continues and no visible solution has been offered to punctuate such fearful incident in American schools anywhere in the US.

Will the Obama regime just be contended weeping over victims of a school shooting like in Newtown, Connecticut, USA? After which it will happen again in a school campus in another state?

Will American media be just reporting school campus shooting incidents as they happen anytime, anywhere in the USA?

Weeping over victims and writing sensational reports about the shooting spree are not solutions to arrest the problem. America is very sick of gun ownership mismanagement. Or probably, guns are sold in America like “Lollipops and other chocolate candies.” Hopefully, the school campus shooting in Newtown may reach the ears of sleepy state legislators and those at Capitol Hills.

Solution to stop the school campus shooting menace in America may soon be formulated and be implemented to make the victims to "Rest In Peace."




dhreff is based in Olongapo, Central Luzon, Philippines, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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