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Rampage Shootings: It's the Moral Decay of Society, not Guns

allie10 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 11:22 AM
We are so lazy, we willingly allow the tv, video games, celebrities and facebook friends to raise our children! We are so shallow and entitled we feel if our marriage isn't perfect and "all about me", then just throw in the towel, screw the innocent children who just want to feel safe and secure, that only a two parent household can provide! If you want to blame anybody look in the mirror, we as a nation have failed our children! Start with your family, take them to church, even if you struggle with time or belief , make the time! Kids like adults need to know there is something greater then themselves, they need to know there is a Holy creator who should be loved and feared!
Bill110 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 11:38 AM
There was a time in this nation when the schools upheld the religious and moral values of the community. Where the homes were negligent, the public schools shored up the breach and strengthened the students. That is no longer the case. The schools have thrown God and the Bible out, taught the children that they evolved from slime, indoctrinated them in humanism and narcissism, warned parents to not discipline their kids, and made sexuality the dominant educational course. Teaching innocent children that same sex couples is normal, and filling the libraries with goose Bumps and Harry Potter. You now reap what you have sown.

It should come as no surprise that the rate of mass shootings at schools and in other public places is increasing. The surge has nothing to do with guns, which have been widely available in the U.S. for years. Gun control laws have been increasing. Instead, there is a direct correlation between the increase in violence and the gradual degradation of morals, ethics and parenting. We are cultivating mental illness in our society.

Parents are allowing television and video games to increasingly babysit their children, even though both have become full of gratuitous violence. A New...