The frikken problem is easy access to guns because there are far too many available. Most of the crazies are not going to pursue an arsenal and the math says that most of the devious crazy like Holmes are gonna get them anyway.<quoted text>
Well, there are a lot of considerations and they depend upon the professionalism of those involved, however, when there is money to be made, often things go awry.
Remember the cash for kids case with those judges in PA?
What about that CA town that has the private prison? Look at the income that town gets from rounding up illegals and the taxpayers pay $100 a head per day.
So, then you have a kid acting up in high school and the teacher wants him out of her class; she notifies the guidance counselor, principal and the kid gets railroaded into a facility. If they really help the person, fine. But look at Evan Ebel in CO, he had been to several such private programs to no avail, ended up in solitary confinement for years and came out and went hog wild.
I read the mothers blog, it was pretty sad. What a nightmare and no easy answers.
Lanza didn't even own a weapon__that arsenal belonged to his gun freak mother.
The mental health angle is merely a deflection, the people who sell and trade in firearms need their foreskins snapped back big
The gunshow loophole needs to go, frankly gunshows need to go as well so long as they consist of places for 2nd amendment freaks to gather up to hear the likes of Ted Nugent and then accidentally shoot one another.
Need to remove the yayhoo factor.