Stop Americans from killing each other---cultural change in America coming!
On Saturday, February 24, 2018, WWII veteran Joe Murphy and civic activist Brian Moore demonstrated in west central Florida at the Weeki Wachee Park intersection in Spring Hill. Once again they carried signs criticizing the NRA, calling for a ban on all assault weapons and limiting gun clips to hold no more than 5 bullets each, for both pistols and rifles.
Joe and Brian applaud the spirited opposition to guns being voiced by young students, initially in Parkland, Florida, at Stoneman Douglas High School; and now nationwide, in every corner of America! The youth of America are saying "Enough!" and are insisting on change, pressuring local and state politicians, and U.S. Congress, to find their backbone and "do something" to solve "America's problem of guns."
Brian believes a cultural change in America is at hand. We are about to reach a new plateau in America that will no longer tolerate mass killings, domestic violence and unnecessary suicides. The proliferation of handguns and sophisticated rifles has to be removed from our society. There is too much of an acceptance of purchasing and accessing guns easily, little or no background checks on all individuals; and more importantly no blocking mentally or unstable individuals.
To hunt or take target practice does not merit the use of gun clips containing10, 20 or 30 rounds. Limiting a clip to 5 bullets seems practical and can limit anyone intent on multiple victims. Some jurisdictions in America already have such laws.