And I wonder how many of those people voted for gun restrictions over the years.
Since they had to leave the house to get their hands on a firearm, I'd say ALL of them.
Once you get away from the coast of California you have a lot of conservatives counties. It is too bad that California did not split up into three or more states yet. I do not miss California but Oregon and Washington are trying their best to the 2nd and 4th amendments to the Constitution of the United States.Since they had to leave the house to get their hands on a firearm, I'd say ALL of them.
Liberals in general, but CA liberals especially, are known to be a particularly short-sighted bunch. Fiscal responsibility, government accountability, immigration, gun laws, etc... they all seem to have an "it won't ever effect me" attitude. It's like a whole state full of college kids.
And then there's this: (not that I trust Harvard profs or CDC but sometimes we can agree) This guy Krauss nails it:"He believes that the real issue behind gun violence isn’t the ease of buying firearms but the lack of ready treatment for mental health problems."
That is one of America's major problems, keeping vowes & working through the tough times. Too cheap & easy to flee nowadays...And then there's this: (not that I trust Harvard profs or CDC but sometimes we can agree) This guy Krauss nails it:
"Consider a joint federal study showing that 63 percent of youth suicides are from fatherless homes; as often as not, mass shooters are simultaneously suicidal. Robert Sampson, a Harvard sociologist, has observed that urban violence is concentrated in neighborhoods with mostly single-parent homes. A Michigan State University study found 75 percent of examined adolescent murderers were from fatherless homes. The Centers for Disease Control says 85 percent of children with behavioral disorders have only a mother in the home." KRAUSS: The World Needs Fathers