Man Shoots & Kills 6 Sikh Temple Worshipers, When Will Gun Laws Change?
It appears as though gun violence is getting way out-of-control in the U.S. It seems as though we are writing unfortunate stories about victims of gun violence, just about every week.
This is extremely sad, because there doesn’t seem to be any real solutions being offered, with respect to policies that would help to reduce gun violence.
Yesterday, in a Milwaukee suburb, a crazed gunmen opened fire on a Sikh temple, killing six people. The alleged suspect is 40-year-old Wade Michael Page, who also shot a police officer, during the ordeal.
Page was then shot and killed by another officer, after being instructed to drop his weapon, according to police officers.
It’s being reported that the alleged suspect, was enlisted in the U.S. Army from 1992-1998. However,according to reports, he was discharged for “patterns of misconduct.”
In addition, it’s also being reported that Page, was a White supremacist. It was reported that he had a website and was in a rock band, that promoted hate messages. In addition, Page also legally owned his gun.
It seems as though, so much emphasis was focused on terrorist outside of the U.S., post 9/11, however there seem to be terrorist in the U.S., promoting hate and engaging in violent acts.
How is this allowed to continue going under the radar?
In addition, gun laws should definitely be amended in the U.S., in effort to help keep the general public safe.
How many more people need to die, before the U.S. Congress acts? Then again, we understand that the NRA, has major stock in Congress.
It’s been reported that the NRA, makes large financial contributions, to both political parties for campaigning purposes.
This is why, money should definitely come out of politics, for this reason alone.
How can the American people have fair representation, if the people elected, are only there based on the amount of money, they are able to raise?
Our condolences go out to the family and friends of all the victims!