When you come back with some evidence and data that refutes the facts what I and many others have posted, you let me know.
I couldn't care less if you agree or not. The point is it was response to a post by RFDACM02. I disagreed and in the spirit of debate I posted why I did. It wasn't just an unsubstantiated, knee jerk answer.Quote:
I agree that was wrong. What's your point?
This is typical of your answers, nothing. What have you added here to the debate? What solution have you put forth?Quote:
So your solution is to do nothing since nothing will be perfect. Let's get rid of all laws since I can show that any law prohibits anything hasn't stopped people from breaking it.
Many of us on here have identified most of the issues leading up to this; failure to enforce the laws we have, mental health system failures, educators and professionals missing the blatant signs of instability, plea bargaining, the inability to have a comprehensive criminal data base, etc. Then went on to propose some relevant solutions; enforce the laws we have, have the background check to include mental heath, mandatory sentencing for crimes committed with a fire arm, eliminate plea bargaining to lesser charges, IE to a misdemeanor from felony, allow the public the ability to defend itself and teachers the ability to protect the children.
The individual that is looking for their media moment has proven very adept at breaking any and all laws standing in their way. You honestly think something as mundane as a ban on high capacity magazines is really going to prevent that? But better mental health screening by educators, medical personal, and family involvement will.