We don't have an epidemic of mass shootings.
Coming from three tours to a mental hospital, and a bipolar diagnosis, I argue our nation has an epidemic of over-prescribed, character-starved humans that are behaving animalistic. We have lost our moral tenets, and have become engrossed in searching for external solutions to internal conflicts. This is shown in our govenrnment, our FED, our medical 'industry', our military, our education, almost every major aspect that holds a debate due to the disjunct..
Guns don't kill people, people kill people.
History is repeating itself I stand by the principle of the 2nd ammendment.
here's an epidemic, people swayed by the media, rather than real data(http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/09/14/sunday-review/the-assault-weapon-myth.html?referer=)
I don't own an assault weapon, and don't have the ability to buy a gun particularly easily due to my diagnosis. But I have enough support for now to feel somewhat safe with what is coming
In the spirit of the revolutionaries who founded our nation, I argue our government has devolved to a point of beaurocracy akd inefficiency that, in many ways, mirrors the basic faults committed by the king of England that spurred our nation into existemce. They can take my assault weapon, over my dead body.
We, the people of the USA, are not our key enemy, soon enough our country will understand this, there are puppet masters operating beyond the realm of jnowledge today who are bent on destroying our values. Mark my words.