Every day a nation waits before talking about gun control substantially lowers the likelihood that any progress will be made. Since we couldn't make any sweeping changes after the Gifford shooting, Columbine, Virginia Tech, or Aurora, I suspect the only way forward is through consistent action. No, we can not wait to discuss the politics of a mass shooting. If we do that we substantially lower our chances of doing anything.
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