Lets see. A third grader is what, 8 or 9 years old?I fully support
peoples right to own weapons and would fight to keep that right. However, gun
advocates need to stand up loudly against gun owners who do not safeguard their
weapons.Whoever (parents perhaps?) left this loaded gun accessible
to a child should be prosecuted.Gun ownership is a right, but also
comes with a responsibility. It is not too much to ask that guns be
We need to protect the rights of everyone to own and pack guns.So
why is anyone upset about this kid. I'll bet he is at least as responsible
as many adult gun-packers.
He was trying to make the school safer. More guns = safety. We are now twice as
safe as any country on Earth. 15 times safer than most European countries .88
guns per capita - whoo hoo safety.
We also have 85% of childhood deaths form shootings in America.On
85% of childhood deaths occur from shootings? Where? In the little area where I
live, we've had about 20 kids die in the last few years. I'm sorry it
could be more or less by a few, but I'm going off of ones I can remember.
NONE of them were from gun violence. So, I guess that the large urban areas must
have almost all of the kids who die, die by guns then to outweigh the very small
numbers that occur in this state. It's interesting to note that the large
urban areas have the most gun violence, and it's also where there are the
highest number of Democratic supporters. Obama might want to be careful, he
would hate to bite the hand that feeds him.