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The Great American Gun Frenzy

poorgrandchildren.com2 Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 10:01 AM
With our current drug policy: Street drugs are readily available. Drug lords have gotten rich, powerful, and deadly. We need to pay for more prisons, guards, judges, attorneys, court houses, etc. People rob and burglarize us to pay for the expensive street drugs. Citizens who earn the displeasure of politicians can be selectively prosecuted. With such a successful plan, why would nut cases suggest we change it to one like we use with another drug--alcohol?

January 13, 2013

A disturbed young man murders his mother, goes to the local elementary school and murders a score of young children, a few teachers, the principal as well as the school psychologist, and then turns a gun on himself, committing suicide.

Not long after, one of the rifles said to have been used in the massacre begins to fly off the walls and counters of gun stores everywhere. Americans are in a buying frenzy . . . for the exact gun allegedly used in the Sandy Hooks Elementary atrocity.