December 19, 2012

Obama’s Reaction after Newton Shooting Rampage

President Obama addresses the grieving group of Newtown, on top of the whole country, and declared we should do more to keep our youngsters safe. President Barack Obama went to the group of Newtown, Connecticut on Dec. 16, where he vowed to make updates in our nation after 26 individuals, incorporating 20 kids, were grievously murdered in a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14. The President of the United States began his great talk with a couple religious scriptures and soon offered his affection and underpin to those who lost an adored on Dec. 14. Barack illustrated that he knew he n'tn't give much that could fill the holes in the hearts of those who lost a squirt, a companion, a niece, a nephew. As an alternate option, he gave trust for adaptation. “We as a nation, we are left with some hard questions (after the school shooting). Someone once described the joy and anxiety of parenthood as the equivalent as having your heart outside of your body all the time, walking around. With their very first cry, this most precious vital part of ourselves — our child is suddenly exposed to the world. Every parent knows that there is nothing that we won’t do to shield our child from harm and we also know that that child’s first step, and every step after, they’re separating from us. We learn, we can’t always be there for them. They’ll suffer sickness and setbacks, broken hearts, disappointments. And we learn that our most important job is to give them what is needed to be self reliable, resilient, ready to face the world without fear. And we know we can’t do this by ourselves. It comes as a shock at a certain point that no matter how much you love these kids, you can’t do it by yourself. we can only do it together, with help of friends, neighbors, the help of a community, and help of a nation. In that way, we come to realize we bear a responsibility for EVERY child. We’re all parents. They’re all our children. This is our first task — caring for our children. It’s our first job. If we don’t get that right, we don’t get anything right. That’s how, as a society, we will be judged,” President Obama said.

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