CDZ Why aren't we addressing the gun issue as a cultural problem?

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    Um, actually, no, nowhere near that...... but do keep trying.
     
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    That's rediculous.

    Violence isn't caused by guns...

    Gun ownership had gone up while gun violence has gone down.

    Try again
     
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    Millions of Americans aren't "a few nuts".

    We have a Bill of Rights. Get over your political obsession.
     
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    Wrong...we have a gun violence problem because democrats keep letting repeat gun offenders out of jail on bond, and out of prison with light sentences.

    They don't care about crime, if they did, they would stop letting violent gun offenders out of prison over and over again....
     
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    No it is being honest about where the majority of violent crimes are committed

    I grew up in an inner city area I think I know better than most people what it's like

    And FYI most people don't live in gated communities

    Most people don't have active shooter drills

    So stop the histrionics

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    --------------------------------------- people buy guns because they want guns , tell me where the NRA Gunstore is so I can check them out JoeB .
     
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    1) Violence hasn't gone down, it's gone up. We've gone from 11,000 gun homicides in 2011 to 14,500 in 2017.

    Guns in the United States — Firearms, gun law and gun control

    2) Yes, having a gun makes it a lot easier to commit crime and inflict violence.
     
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    The NRA works for the gun industry... they could care less about you as a gun owner.
     

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