We won't get rid of guns, but let's at least drag Wayne LaPierre in front of Congress & have them treat him like he runs Planned Parenthood.
— Tom Ceraulo (@tceraulo) October 1, 2015
What's weird is the flag pin brigade would rather go with Americans are a uniquely broken people than too many guns.
— Bob Schooley (@Rschooley) October 2, 2015
Presidential Candidate Jeb Bush made an eyebrow-raising comment in the wake of the Oregon school massacre — saying “stuff happens” in response to a discussion about gun violence.
Bush called the shooting in Oregon “very sad,” but said he also had challenges that he faced during his tenure as governor of Florida.
“Look stuff happens, there’s always a crisis and the impulse is always to do something and it’s not always the right thing to do,” Bush said at the Conservative Leadership Project in Greenville, South Carolina, referring to taking away rights…
President Obama, speaking at the White House, said Bush’s remarks didn’t deserve a response after a question about them from ABC News’ Jonathan Karl.
“I don’t even think I have to react to that one,” he said. “I think the American people should hear that and make their own judgments based on the fact that every couple of months we have a mass shooting. And they can decide whether they consider that stuff happening.”…
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) October 2, 2015
— Zack Beauchamp (@zackbeauchamp) October 1, 2015
welcome to america, we make it real easy to kill a lot of people at once and it happens a lot, don't make it a thing, if you do you're weird
— Big Spooky Jeb! Lund (@Mobute) October 1, 2015