Well, there's one little problem with this exchange that isn't being told. The issue was manufactured by the media. He wasn't being heckled. After over 15 minutes of him giving his opinion on the topic, he asked those in attendance whether there was anyone in the room that could give him a reason. He had actually asked it a couple of times throughout the monologue. The media took a 20 second segment of a 15 minute monologue and used it to try to paint the 2nd Amendment advocates as heartless. He asked, and then he said nobody in the room could tell him, at which time they responded. Then they were told to be quiet or they would be removed. Okay, they were quiet and he went on. He even said they were all entitled to their opinion and he respected them, and they continued to listen respectfully. It's one thing to heckle someone. It's quite another when someone misrepresents your viewpoints, saying you can't answer something. Look at the video Tom posted. Then watch the whole thing. Then tell me this wasn't a prototypical MSNBC manufactured controversy, designed to paint the 2nd Amendment advocates as assholes. Don't get me wrong, I feel terrible for the guy, and I understand his grief is driving him to do and say the things he is. I respect his argument, from his viewpoint. I almost wouldn't expect any other position from him.