posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 03:45 PM
And the more people that have concealed guns, it's true they can stop others from doing bad, but then others could take their guns too. Teenagers know
mom keeps a small gun in her purse, they take it. Let's say the average Joe/Jane is noticed at the food store carrying a gun, somebody wants that
gun, they follow them in a crowd and then when they are alone at there car they smash something over their head knocking them out, and there gun is
The answers are not that easy, some say increase it so everybody can carry, others say no ban them all.
When neither of these is the issue, but rather developing self-control, and having a moral society, and that isn't happening right now.
As for having it better or worse now, I think if a person coming from a solid middle class family and then having to achieve that yourself in life,
puts tremendous strain on a person, as the middle class got wiped out by polices that took wealth from them and gave it too the 1%. When they had a
decent and fair life before, now they live in constant frustration, this creates emotional turmoil that can build for years. Most are able to keep it
under control, others can't. It's different than India if you were born into poverty, I think you learn to cope with it at a very young age. Adults
aren't as good at adapting to a poorer lifestyle. Poor coping skills
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