- Kate Jones
- Alexandria, VA
- United States
Partner, Institute for the Advancement of Service
This conversation is closed.
The time is NOW for people to stand up and say 'No More Assault Weapons" and not wait for the government to legislate the change.
Change starts when people change, not when governments legislate change. Think back to the days when driving drunk was socially acceptable, no matter who died in the process. Then Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) formed. The rest is history.
The time is 'now o'clock'. We will change our resopnse to violence and stop purchasing violence video games as gifts for our children, and stop patronizing films that promote violence, mayhem and murder. Glorifying the horrific has become the norm.
What happened in Newtown, CT should never happen again.
Remember Mahatma Ghandi's words: "Be the change you want to see in the world". The time is now o'clock!