Although Glock is known for manufacturing efficient weapons--including weapons of mass destruction--a visit to their website (Glock.com) suggests that they are also masters of Orwellian language.
Their logo reads: "Glock Perfection." Perhaps they feel that their 9 mm pistol is perfect for assassinating large numbers of innocents.
The word "safe" appears prominently on the Glock home page, along with "Safety Pack." Do the students at Virginia Tech feel safer thanks to the folks at Glock?
Glock doesn't limit itself to making guns. They also offer a line of tactical lights with the slogan "Shed light on any dark situation." I invite the Glock team to shed light on what happened at Virginia Tech.
We've all heard it said that guns don't kill people: People do. Do you suppose that the people at Glock think of themselves in as people killers?