So this story Moms March Against Gun Violence | KEZI was only aired on one local news station yesterday and while I am normally a "everyone has a right to their own opinion" kind of guy this group really rubbed me the wrong way. First off I was a junior in high school the year this happened and worked a christmas tree farm with several of the kids that were actually in the cafeteria the morning this tragedy went down. That being said I do have a personal connection to the events of that day. What really angered me was that this group is using a troubled teenager who killed his parents with there own legal firearms and commenced to commit these crimes as an excuse to try and take away law abiding citizens gun rights. This was back in the '90's when the big "no guns in schools" movement was gaining popularity and it got me thinking today. What if there had been no push for gun free school zones and a legal carrier was at the school dropping off their kids when this happened? Could they have done something? If not stop Kip, at least draw his attention from all the unarmed children until police could arrive? Sorry for the rant, back to the point. This group does a lot of double talk to the media to sound innocent or well intending, but listen to this quote given by one of the organizers. Steffensen said, "The numbers have dwindled and I'm sorry to say that, but the need is still very great to be a responsible gun owner. I don't want to control anything. I want the people who own weapons to unload them and lock them up." That certainly sounds like they want to control me and my guns. In a critical situation an unloaded, locked up weapon is LESS effective then harsh language.