America again finds itself struggling with familiar pain and disgust in the wake of mass shootings that took place over the Aug. 3 weekend. The killings have become too frequent in occurrence. The rhetoric, in their aftermath, too predictable. As happens with each of these mass shootings, political leaders and those with opposing views point fingers of blame at each other. Voices, some calm, others demanding and still others through irrational screams, raise quick and common questions about blame and response. Deep lines already drawn on issues of gun control, immigration, nationalism, mental illness and more will be scratched even further into the sand. Little will be accomplished.