Sometimes it’s not necessary for me to add a word of commentary.

I submit to you Exhibit A:

Next, directly from the Los Angeles Times letters to the editor, is Exhibit B, because our voices matter:

Follman notes that guns kill 30,000 people in the U.S. annually. And nary a peep is heard.

Can you imagine if those were 30,000 U.S. deaths from Ebola every year? The roar would be heard from shore to shore.

Elizabeth Keranen, Bakersfield