I didn't know Congresswomen that "clips" caused people to die I thought it took a psychotic killer to kill people.
One of the fiercest gun-control advocates in Congress, Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.), pounced on the shooting massacre in Tucson Sunday, promising to introduce legislation as soon as Monday targeting the high-capacity ammunition clip the gunman used.
If you make a death threat against someone its generally considered a crime in most states. However, if you now use language or symbols that could be seen as threatening, think tea party signs, you too may also be a criminal.
Pennsylvania Rep. Robert Brady, a Democrat from Philadelphia, told CNN that he also plans to take legislative action. He will introduce a bill that would make it a crime for anyone to use language or symbols that could be seen as threatening or violent against a federal official, including a member of Congress.
What happened on Saturday was a tragedy but that doesn't mean we should have to lose our freedoms to prevent it from happening again.