My only point is that today should be about the tragedy itself, to burn in the news and to cope with the loss & fear of loss that these events bring up.
We get wrapped up in hammering the stats, the policy ideas, and how "stupid" the other side is on this debates today, but the real work is how we keep this in the public eye going forward.
I also am seeing things like this: talkingpointsmemo.com which asks good questions. This is the nitty gritty of how we help prevent these sorts of tragedies in the future. Even on the mental care front, how would those laws work?
I'm just incredible sad & angry about this, and I'm not ready to have those conversations today. That's all I'm saying.