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Let’s Have That Conversation About Guns

HistoryLover Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 10:09 AM
Guns are not the problem. The movies and TV showing relentless violence, murders and mayhem and even glorifying it are the problem. And also include violent video games and rap music. People seeing this continuously from an early age are inspired to commit these acts. Common sense should tell us this and it is a no brainer. I blame Hollywood and the media for these murders. What we need is outright censorship of violence in the movies and TV since Hollywood and the media will not self censor and will continue with this insanity.
olerocker/bluesman Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 12:27 PM
Yep, and the ones against guns are the ones making the murder and mayhem films.....Still can't figure out why these murders in movie houses and schools are committed by young men in their teens and early twenties, no women have done this kind of thing that I know of.
LibertysSon Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 11:01 AM
This Evil Lanza didn't commit mayhem because of a video game. He was mentally ill and had mental defect that made him unable to understand the world and empathize with other people. His brain was wired wrong. You are reading way too much into this.
Rob Constitution Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 10:41 AM
How far do you bury your head in the sand each day. Millions of people see the same graphic images from the entertainment industry and manage to avoid killing people every day. The root cause is two-fold. 1) As a society we have abandoned family values. 2) In far too many homes across America there is an utter lack of parenting being done. We don't value parental responsibility as a society, and down to an individual level, parents are unwilling to live up to their child development duties. Many of today's youths grow up believing someone else is to blame, they are entitled, no one is watching, rules don't matter, etc. As we continue to operate with no moral compass, we reap what we sow.

For once I agree with liberals. It’s high time to have a conversation about guns. Let’s start with the problem that there are far too few guns on our streets.

Wait, we can’t have that conversation. In fact, we’re not supposed to have what people might commonly describe as a “conversation” at all. We’re supposed to shut-up and listen as liberals, barely masking their unseemly delight at the opportunity, try to pin the murder rampage of one degenerate creep on millions of law-abiding Americans who did nothing wrong. The conversation is then supposed to end with us waiving our fundamental right...