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Mentally healthy people are not transformed into violent, psychotic killers by any form of entertainment media. If video games are responsible for turning kids into killers, then what about all of the school shootings that occurred before violent video games even existed? Read "Fun & Games & Mass Murder" to put this argument to rest and look at the real causes and what can actually be done to address the problems. http://amzn.com/B00CGMGGX0
Amen, Ann! What drives me crazy is the idea that someone who is about to commit mass murder (psychotic or otherwise) will stop and think to himself, "I want to kill all of these people, but dammit, if I do, I'll be violating a law against possessing this AR-15" (Or "I'll be violating this restraining order" or "I'll be violating the law against 30-round mags" etc.) If all it took was a new law to stop mass murder or any form unwanted behavior, then the law prohibiting murder would already be sufficient. Laws against drugs would have resulted in a drug-free America. Laws against driving while drunk would have already eliminated drunk-driving deaths. But laws don't stop behaviors. They merely provide a pre-defined sentencing guideline.
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ewolfe357 Wrote: Jan 04, 2013 8:37 PM
I laughed out loud. Who knew Ann did comedy? I hope to see more.
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