I have a question, of rhetorical nature, and a suggestion:
Question: How do you expect to stop these acts of lunacy when it's cheaper to buy four guns and 6,000 rounds of ammunition than to buy a damn washing machine?!!
Suggestion: There will always be some insane socio-path with a bright idea and a weird look in his eyes, trying to cause mayhem...it's unavoidable in the current social environment we live in. The system literally breads these people. The recent incident in Colorado cost the guy around $1000...fact is, my scooter cost more than that. So let's be honest here. I'm not saying that if the ammunition were expensive there wouldn't be any socio-paths any more. That can't change without a drastic change to the system its self.. all I'm saying is that if doing what this guy did cost a million dollars to set in motion, he wouldn't be ABLE to do what he did with the spare change that he had in his pocket. He would've stayed home, jerked off while watching Rambo one more time like he does every night, and he would've kept his narcissistic, derange, violent thoughts to himself while frequently visiting the kitchen to fix himself up with another prozac cocktail.
So stop pretending this was just a "random incident" or an "act of random violence" that has nothing to do with the fact that guns and bullets cost so cheap in order for the governments to be able to continue to conduct their global war games on a cheap budget. Mr. Obama, and every other president, whenever something like this happens, always makes a public announcement to announce...nothing! I'm still surprised they even call it an "announcement," I really don't hear anything being "announced." They just express their sadness and their support to the families of the victims publicly. They think they can get away with it that easily... well, no, they cannot! No, you shouldn't let them! What you are doing Mr. president is a "public expression," and it's not even close to being an "announcement."
Here's an announcement of a MEASURE any president with some common sense and ethics would've stated in response to these horrible acts:
"Raise the prices on every type of fire arm and send them through the roof, make a single bullet cost $5,000 and watch the violence traffic slow down faster than you can say "bang!"