I know that no one wants to admit that anything coming out of Washington right now might POSSIBLY be valid, but there really is something to be said - in my opinion - for getting folks on the same page. Mentally ill killer amassed huge arsenal, police say Hyperbole of the headline aside, there was a REAL failing in the system here. Guy was committed in 1998 after being convicted of murdering his mother. He was locked away until he was 21 years old then seems to have simply fallen off the earth. His information was never updated in the state's Bureau of Criminal Apprehension database, which means there wouldn't have been a way for it to move on to the federal system, either. That should be - and is - one of the focuses of TRUE gun control measures. Not a "de facto" registration as some call it, but an honest-to-God STRONG push for agencies across the country to get this information put into a system. This is a text-book example of a guy that shouldn't have passed through legitimate channels to get firearms. Is there any agreement at ALL that this is something that seriously needs to be addressed?