Tell me something you gun totin' advocates: Does this
and go find the mothertucker.
Sure, there needs to be more laws in the US regarding gun control. I think it's easier to make buying guns harder than it is to address the REAL issue at hand - why people are being driven to do such things.
If someone or something has done you wrong and your immediate solution is to pick up a gun, then what does that say about the society that surrounds you? What is pushing people to commit such heinous acts?
During last year's UK riots, I said there's more to the riots than just the protest against the person that was shot by police. It was indeed so - it was a way for the underclass to protest the society they live in.
In no way am I condoning setting buildings on fire or anything of the sort. It's time to take a good honest look at our society and ask the tough questions that we've all been guilty of avoiding.
This clip from "The West Wing" says it all.