It is a common occurrence after a mass shooting for gun zealots to rise up and defend the shooter's right to own and use firearms, including publicly displaying guns to show their solidarity with the mass murderer's 2nd Amendment right to end life.
Wurzelbacher tells grieving parents to forget their First Amendment rights: "any feelings you have toward my rights being taken away from me, lose those."
As the media circus comes to a close and the blood-stained sidewalk is washed away by the community to hide the horror, the families and friends of the dead and injured are pondering why.
The NRA, the GOP, and Fox News rant about the "fundamental" right to bear arms while ignoring the fundamental right of Americans to life
So today, on this tragic Saturday when a very disturbed young man went on a murdering rampage against the "beautiful" women archetype he felt rejected by, I'm wondering if we can finally talk about the systemic problem of violence against women in the United States.