(CNN) - In Aurora, Colorado, to comfort victims of last week's deadly theater shooting, President Barack Obama on Sunday pledged the support of the nation.
He spoke after meeting with the victims and their families at the University of Colorado Hospital, one of several area medical centers that treated patients after the attack early Friday inside a packed auditorium of theater-goers.
Obama visit welcomed by Coloradans after shooting
Obama arrives in Colorado to meet families of shooting victims
The comments from the sub-human right-wing America haters is truly disgusting. I pray for civil war every day, as there is no rationalizing with them, and their conservative ideology is a disease that needs to be eradicated once and for all. Ignorant, racist, sociopaths is all they are.
Guns don't kill people, the bullets in those guns do.
The President provides thoughtful and caring leadership when America needs it the most.
This president is very touchy president in American history. Yes, on Obama12.
We love you Mr. President!
Our prayers go out to the people of Aurora...and a message to all those right wing nuts jobs and 2nd amendment lunatics! WE WILL NO LONGER PUT UP WITH YOUR STUBBORNESS! gun laws need to be more strict!
Such a wonderful memorial – I could not hold back the tears. This is the first time I've gotten to know the governor of Colorado and he is very real and not over the top; his words were very inspiring. I agree with the fact that the killer should not be mentioned by name anymore in the media – it is very easy to say "the murderer", which is what he is or like the governor put it – Suspect A, even though that is too delicate for this cruel murderer!!!
President Obama was great, as usual, and it was very obvious that he spent "true" time with the families and the victims – thank you President Obama!!
Thanks Mr.President for representing the American people in bringing words of comfort to the families of this senseless tragedy and trying to begin the healing to the people of Aurora. Words cannot express the sorrow everyone is feeling for them and especially the Governor, Policement, first responders and medical staff and personnel.
I can't believe that John McCain is more worried about Syria than the people who are hurting in Colorado and denigrating President Obama in the news today for not getting involved in another war. Today is not the day he sounds like someone suffering from dementia all he wants to do is go to war it is time for him to retire.
sometimes words do help in time of sorrow and loss especially if they are soothing. The story the president shared about the young girl saving the other one's life just shows what people can do in times of terror and how we look out for each other. It is just sad though sometimes it takes tragedy like this to unite people. And even then there will be some that will make negative remarks about Obama visiting Aurora because well they are just negative people.
It's true. Words cannot fill the void left by the vicious act of one person. May God grant the victims and families a little peace in during this time off grief.
Kinda like your "presidency", words are inadequate
Being Commander – in Chief is not easy. From sending our troops off to war, or watching them come home at Dover Air Force Base. Or comforting families of unspeakable tragedies. But this President does it well. He is always there for them. He is the President to all the people. A Great American. God Bless You All Colorado. Heal Quickly.
Its challenging to think this happened,,,,but it does.Nothing w'll back,,,GOD SHALL BE W U COLORADANS(ሚ ዳን፳፻፩፭)
Words are ... inadequate,'
Obama tells families of Colorado shooting victims
12 dead 39 wounded...
Just another weekend in Chicago