posted on Nov, 27 2013 @ 06:23 PM
reply to post by dlbott
Uh uh dude. The gun lobby is saying, "Regulate the access to guns of the mentally disturbed." Well how do you do that without interfering with
others? You can't. You want the gun suck up the intrusion. Or back off.
I don't care what the gun lobby says, I am saying helping mentally challenged people should have been talked about years ago. The guns used at sandy
hook was bought legally. The point is his mother and all the neighbors around him knew he had many problems and needed help. He should have never
had access to the guns. They were not his, he did not buy them.
This is how it is in most cases dealing with mentally challenged. They do not buy the guns in most cases.
Sooner or later what is going to happen is the people who allowed them access to the guns are going to be held accountable. In the colorado case no
he should not been allowed to buy guns. In that case the college professor could be held accountable because she did not come forward. There was no
right to privacy issue with the notebook he sent her.
I think we are agreeing on some areas lol... I was trying to be respectful with the boss comment, I guess you did not take it that way since I became
ah ah dude, lol... there was no offense meant there.
this is a very complicated issue and one that I believe each state should deal with in their own way.
All I am saying is when hospitals take the mentally challenged out of state and drop them off on the street rather than deal with them we have