What happened in Alexandria yesterday marks the beginning of limited access to our Congressional representatives.
The delusional idiot who opened fire on Congress members practicing for a charity ballgame stunted the freedom of all Americans.
To think that killing innocent representatives of our collective government will change things in Congress is absurd. It will change things, yes, but not to the betterment of freedom and free access to those we need to talk to on a constant basis.
Whatever the motives were for this soul to think his action would alter history to conform to his illusion; he was wrong. He did alter history but to the detriment of freedom and liberty.
The world, unfortunately, is filled with lunatics, and anarchists who see the comfort of normality as inimical to their vision of life. They are the disruptors, the disturbers, the would-be dictators of social and moral society.
Is there a way to stop them? No! Is there a way to impede them? Probably not! So, what do we do?
One suggestion is to stop the bickering, the contention, the conflict within our government and return to the camaraderie, the courtesy, and the common sense that existed in our legislative halls for over two centuries.
Conflict invites, encourages and inflames the perceived powerless of our society.