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

woosterman Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 10:01 AM
Connecticut: No Bible readings, teachings, no prayers, in the schools. All considered to evil to allow in those schools. But allow the kids to play extreme violent video games, as that 20 year old sinner did. And then thousands of talk shows ask what happened, why, where was God that day? Well folks you kicked God out. But prayer DID return to that school. We are told that teachers huddled in hiding with their students were all praying to God for safety. Too little too late.
binc Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 10:20 AM
I grew up watching The Three Stooges and for some reason, never felt the need to poke anyone in the eye. For that matter, I never saw anyone poke anybody in the eye. By the way, I did not grow up in a religious household.
Carl469 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 10:19 AM
Tens of millions of people play "Call of Duty" and other video games. The "research" supposedly proving that playing them makes someone violent ranges from skimpy to laughable.

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...