One cannot turn one's head without being splattered by images and recountings of that day at the Sandy Hook elementary school. Couching sensationalism in apologies and condolences has reached the tiresome and overdone stage. Incessant deadlock-ended discussions about gun rights on the air do not bring back deceased victims, change legislation, or heal wounds. The people of Newtown, and the people of the world need to mourn in their own ways about the tragedy at Sandy Hook. Your job is long over, your welcome has expired, both in Newtown and on the airwaves. It's now time to show some respect and step away.