It's so wonderful we have a president who cares about people. Today, President Obama honored the victims who were gunned down at the Navy Yard. We can't imagine the president feel very sad about the tragedy that took several lives.
According to ktla.com, the president said during his speech that grieving with the families
impacted by mass shootings is something he has had to do five times in
his presidency, citing shootings in Fort Hood, Texas; Tucson, Arizona;
Aurora, Colorado; Newtown, Connecticut; and now the Washington Navy
We pray for the victims and God rest their souls.
Obama at Navy Yard Memorial: ‘We Can’t Accept This’
by KTLA Web Staff
Washington (CNN) — President Barack Obama said Sunday that the United
States “can’t accept” last week’s killing of 12 people at Washington’s
Navy Yard as “inevitable,” but the shooting should instead “lead to some
sort of transformation” on gun violence in the United States.
“It ought to be a shock to all of us, as a nation and as a people,” Obama said at the Marine Barracks, just a few short blocks...Read full article, here.