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So in other words, we are to accept these mass killings as the new norm and the most that can be done about it is to offer condolences to the families of those who lost their children in these shootings? Is this what we are willing to accept? It is usually someone we don't know who gets killed in these massacres but what happens when someone in your family or a loved one ends up the victim? Are you willing to just sit back and accept these bogus condolences and call it a day and move on? How many more mass killings will it take before our Legislators start talking about this issue and work across the aisle in hopes of doing something about it. Are we going to stop this carnage. No, of course not but we can minimize it so that one day it isn't us or our loved ones who fall prey to this carnage which has become all too common now. We hear so often the argument about protecting one's right to own a gun but what about the majority of Americans who choose not to own a gun? Don't they have rights as well?