500,000-749,999 SparkPoints 604,994


Monday, August 05, 2019

I don't want to think about what happened in my country Saturday. Does that make me part of the problem? I don't understand what make young men make war on their country. And it seems that these are all young men. I don't believe the excuse of mental illness, unless we are categorizing hate as a mental illness. I do think we should stress that the Dayton shooter only got to shoot his weapon for a minute and still hit 29 people, killing 9 of them. Why do we need such weapons on the street, in anybody's hands? No where is safe now.
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
    Address the problem by casting your vote. When the shooters leave letters that quote some of the leaders almost word for word, it's time for new leaders.
    77 days ago
    With tearful eyes, I join you in the frustration of not understanding this type of hatred and bigotry!
    77 days ago
    I agree with you, I do ask myself what can I do but I do not have an answer. I remember the bombing in Oklahoma and I was so sure it was a foreign terrorist group. I was depressed when I found out that it was a home grown terrorist that knew the bomb would be of a nursery school also. How can that be?

    I do believe that we should never mention the names of these shooters. They should not bet a fame from their terrible actions.

    77 days ago
  • LOF7203
    Good questions
    77 days ago
  • BONNIE1552
    Definitely a problem we need to address. 💔
    77 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.