posted on Jan, 28 2013 @ 11:27 PM
reply to post by Putyournamehere
Good threads that get comments have a bit more substance. I personally would've included a few snippets from the "article" for dramatic effect,
Parents of children killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School appeared before a subcommittee of the Connecticut Legislature on Monday to speak about
I'm not trying to re-write your thread, but at this point, you could interject a statement that says, for example, one parent is NOT all about gun
Mark Mattioli, whose six-year-old son James perished inside of the school, testified that a plethora of new gun laws isn’t the answer
and also, an overlooked aspect,
Mattioli also addressed mental health, a key issue that has often fallen second to gun control in discussions surrounding the Sandy Hook
Hopefully, a few pointers will help you out.
On topic: I'm pro-gun, and agree with the article. The most important legislation should be addressing mental health issues. Creating profiles on
people most susceptible to violence.
All the recent shootings, in fact, all the major mass shootings, have involved a male under age 28. WHY are males of that age range more prone to
blasting up a crowd? Why haven't there been any female shooters?
Questions are many, answers are few.