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'Dialogue' Required for Violent Video Games

arky541 Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 10:32 AM
Where does it stop? Are we really trying to make a case for more government intervention? I am sure that if you look hard enough that you can find a correlation between violent video games and mass murders, but I am also sure that if we looked hard enough we could find a correlation between salty snacks and mass murders. Where does it stop? When are we going to realize that the government cannot fix this problem. Fixing these problems start with family. It starts with teaching right from wrong. Let's bring back discipline in the household and our schools. Today's children rarely suffer any consequences for their actions. Let's put authority back in the hands of parents and educators. Get government out of our way.
Herb175 Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 7:43 PM
Very excellent post.
Mr. Bozell needs to join the dem party and start working for the huffington post.
The culture of more government controls belongs to the "progressive" left. Sensible people should NOT be advocating for more government controls.
Gun control is about control, not guns.
This is about people control, not "violent" games or entertainment.
Outlawing tabacco and alcohol ads is about control, not stopping alcohol or tabacco use.
If stopping these were any help we would not have the drug culture we do today.
What is next, stopping food advertising or allowing movies,/tv shows from showing people eating?
How many think taht women's underware ads contribute to sex crimes?
nawlins72 Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 11:14 AM

The Obama administration's assault on the Second Amendment in reaction to Newtown is not a serious solution. It's a Band-Aid on cancer. The NRA's call for armed guards in every school also misses the point. When is anyone going to get serious? The problem is violence, a violence of monstrous and horrific proportions that has infected America's popular culture.

The Hartford Courant reported on Sunday that during a search of Newtown grade-school killer Adam Lanza's home after the shootings, "police found thousands of dollars worth of graphically violent video games." Detectives are exploring whether Adam Lanza might have been emulating the...