They Deserve A Vote

President Obama’s Address The Nation, Second Amendment Rights Washington D.C. As I watch President Obama on  CNN News, his Gun Control Campaign with the support of Republicans, is moving forward.

 People who are against this Gun Control Bill are lost of how to put up a fight. Its not about the fight. Its about bring a common since  approach into the issue. Drug Testing to Buy a Gun, and a Federal Data Base for people on Pharmaceutical Narcotics. More so for people who are mentally ill.

So I ask you, Narcotics played a role in this shooting, and the last four you saw on TV, this is a fight to bring a common since balance, lost because Government Officials In Washington D.C. have invested Trillions Of Tax Dollars into Pharmaceutical Companies.

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Photographs released of the young victims of Friday’s shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School reveal the 20 smiling faces of the innocent boys and girls whose lives were so tragically cut short.
Newly released details about the massacre paint a graphic picture of a merciless gunman who spared no mercy, shooting each of victims multiple times.
Eight boys and 12 girls all between the ages of six and seven were murdered in the senseless violence that has left the quiet New England community overwhelmed with grief.
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Slaughtered: (Clockwise from top left) Catherine V. Hubbard, Chase Kowalski, Ana Marquez-Green, James Mattioli, Olivia Engel, Dylan Hockley, Charlotte Bacon and Grace McDonnell, all aged six to seven, were killed


Deaths: (Clockwise from top left) Emilie Parker, Noah Pozner, Josephine Gay, Caroline Previdi, Jessica Rekos and Jesse Lewis all perished in the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut
Tragic victim: Jack Pinto, 6, was one of those shot in Sandy Hook Elementary, and because he was a big Giants fan, football player Victor Cruz wore Pinto's name on his cleats and gloves during Sunday's game

Tragic victim: Jack Pinto, 6, was one of those shot in Sandy Hook Elementary, and because he was a big Giants fan, football player Victor Cruz wore Pinto’s name on his cleats and gloves during Sunday’s game
Little suffering: The medical examiner said that the victims, including
 six-year-old Avielle Richman, were shot at quite close range and did not suffer

Little suffering: The medical examiner said that the victims, including six-year-old Avielle Richman, were shot at quite close range and did not suffer
Tragic: Six-year-old Benjamin Wheeler, pictured, was among the beautiful children gunned down in class

Tragic: Six-year-old Benjamin Wheeler, pictured, was among the beautiful children gunned down in class
DanielDaniel barden

Killed: 7-year-old Daniel Barden was among the Sandy Hook shooting victims. His picture was released on Sunday


Innocence: Six-year-old Emilie Parker was killed in the shooting tragedy at the Sandy Hook Elementary School
Ana Marquez-Greene,
Jesse Lewis
Lanza murdered 20 school children, all aged 6 and 7, including Ana Marquez-Green, left, and Jesse Lewis, right

Lost: Six-year-old Noah Pozner (pictured on Nov. 13, 2012) was one of the victims in the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting in Newtown, Conn. on Dec. 14
James Mattioli
Jessica Rekos
Six-year-olds James Mattioli (left) and Jessica Rekos (right) were also among the victims 
Dylan Hockley

A six-year-old boy from Britain, Dylan Hockley, was one of the victims of the school shooting in America
The faces of the innocent victims began to circulate as the families grapple with the horror that unfolded on Friday, when gunman Adam Lanza killed 26 in a shooting rampage at the school. 


Charlotte Bacon, 6
Daniel Barden, 7
Olivia Engel, 6
Josephine Gay, 7
Ana Marquez-Greene, 6
Dylan Hockley, 6
Madeleine Hsu, 6
Catherine Hubbard, 6
Chase Kowalski, 7
Jesse Lewis, 6
James Mattioli, 6
Grace McDonnell, 7
Emilie Parker, 6
Jack Pinto, 6
Noah Pozner, 6
Caroline Previdi, 6
Jessica Rekos, 6
Avielle Richman, 6
Benjamin Wheeler, 6
Allison N. Wyatt, 6
Rachel Davino, 29
Dawn Hochsprung, 47
Anne Marie Murphy, 52
Lauren Russeau, 20
Mary Sherlach, 56
Victoria Soto, 27
The first parent of a child victim spoke out in an emotional press conference on Saturday. 
Robbie Parker, the father of Emilie Parker, 6, addressed the press on Saturday, holding back tears as he remembered the precious six-year-old, the oldest of his three daughters. 
The grieving father remembered the beautiful gifts and talents endowed to the little girl by her heavenly father.
In a remarkable act, Mr Parker expressed his condolences to the family of the gunman and thanked friends and strangers for their support and love.
Friends of the Parker family have set up a Facebook page to pay tribute to little Emilie and have established a remembrance fund
Six-year-old Noah Pozner was also killed in the shooting on Friday, with Rabbi Shaul Praver of Adath Israel in Newtown, Conn., saying that the boy was shot execution style.
‘His little body could not endure so many bullets like that,’ Rabbi Praver said on Saturday.
The spiritual leader said he was comforting the mother of the child, who will be laid to rest on Sunday.
Ana Marquez-Greene, six, was killed when the shooter opened fire on children and teachers at 9.30am on Friday at Sandy Hook Elementary School. 
The little girl and her older brother had attended Linden Christian School nearby, before moving with their parents to Newtown in July and enrolling at Sandy Hook. Both children were inside the school when the shooting began.
Ana Marquez-Greene’s father is Canadian jazz musician Jimmy Greene. The distraught father told MailOnline today that he couldn’t find the words to express the loss of his daughter Ana.
The musician took to his Facebook page asking for prayers as the family works ‘through this nightmare.
‘We’re reminded how much we’re loved and supported on this earth and by our Father in heaven. As much as she’s needed here and missed by her mother, brother and me, Ana beat us all to paradise. I love you sweetie girl,’ he wrote. 
Another victim has been named as six-year-old Jesse Lewis. His father Neil Heslin told the New York Post that he dropped his son off at school that morning and planned to return in the afternoon to join parents in the holiday tradition of making gingerbread houses.
Grace McDonnell, six, who was also killed, has been described as ‘utterly adorable’ and ‘full of life’. She had blue eyes and hair that was so blonde that friends thought she looked like a ‘little doll’.
Her parents are going through ‘indescribable’ pain, MailOnline has learned.
In a chilling twist, Lynn McDonnell, 45, a housewife, and Christopher, 49, a business executive, live in a $500,000 detached home in Sandy Hook, Connecticut that is just one street away from where alleged shooter Adam Lanza lived.

VIDEO: Heartbreaking home video of Ana Marquez-Greene 

Josephine Gay

Josephine Gay, 7, was among the causalities in the tragedy at the school in Connecticut on Friday
Catherine V. Hubbard

Catherine V. Hubbard, 6, was killed in the shooting rampage
Charlotte Bacon
Olivia Engel
Six-year-olds Charlotte Bacon (left) and Olivia Engel (right) were among those killed at the shooting on Friday
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A six-year-old boy from Britain was also one of the victims of the school shooting. It is believed the boy moved with his parents from Hampshire to the U.S. two years ago.
Little Olivia Engel, was killed on Friday – a day that began with excitement as the six-year-old looked forward to making a gingerbread house after school. 
A friend of the girl’s family, Dan Merton, told the Associated Press how Olivia ‘loved attention…she had perfect manners, perfect table manners. She was the teacher’s pet, the line leader.’
‘Her only crime,’ he said, was ‘being a wiggly, smiley 6-year-old.’
Caroline Previdi

Caroline Previdi, 6, lost her life in the tragic shooting
Chase Kowalski
Grace McDonnell

Dawn Hochsprung
Victoria Soto
Lanza reportedly got into an altercation with members of staff including Principal Dawn Hochsprung, left, and teacher Victoria Soto
School psychologist Mary Sherlach, 56, was shot dead by Adam Lanza while trying to save her students
 Lauren Rousseau
School psychologist Mary Sherlach, 56, and teacher Lauren Rousseau, 30, were shot dead by Adam Lanza while trying to save their students

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