"They learn from the time they can hold something in their hands.<quoted text>
Actually it is the answer.
Chicky it comes down to this.. Ask your self why in a country has the mentally ill on the street.
While I am thankful that Connecticut does have a very robust healthcare system.. It is still a system hitched to the same one that makes it harder for an individual to receive help.
We need to expand and grow past this point of health care.
America when it comes to healthcare is still some 20 years behind most industrialized nations and really 10 years is probably the closet to a real national healthcare system.
What these shooters are showing is not a need for banning an assault weapons, but a need to address our healthcare in general.
Consider that Switzerland has a assault rifle for every citizen. Seriously, Google it. They learn from the time they can hold something in their hands.
Every citizen from 18 to 55 is in the military. At the same time they have a healthcare system that makes shooters like we have been having a rare event.
Banning something does not make the problem go away all the time.
It just makes the problem a little more hidden.
I say confront the issue head on. We need a real discussion in this country of just how we treat not just physically sick, but our mentally ill as well.
That is my answer, chicky.. Sorry that you would like a different one.
And Chicky I have had friends die by assault weapons on a city street. If you want to discuss this is a temp email addy
Every citizen from 18 to 55 is in the military. At the same time they have a healthcare system that makes shooters like we have been having a rare event"
I like you better now, you're not as dumb as i thought!