Date of publication: 2017-09-01 02:16
Instead of whining and crying about how many people have guns, lets shout about how disgusted we are about how the criminal justice system continually allows felons to obtain illegally purchased firearms, to obtain firearms confiscated in crimes to be used in other crimes. Officials turning people like Trayvon Martins loose on the street so your crime stats look good to the public.
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Yes. It would be really difficult to establish an operational definition of 8775 freedoms enjoyed 8776 that we could rank countries on, BUT it is indisputable that countries with even more guns freely floating around (Afghanistan, Honduras) would certainly be shown to have LESS individual freedoms enjoyed.
NO assessment of gun deaths can be made without evaluating who is committing the homicides. In this country 6% of the population, black males, commit almost 95% of all homicides. In Chicago it is 75%. Most are with illegal possession of firearms. Remove those homicides as well as those committed by latino bangers and our stats are quite different. So instead of talking about gun control lets talk about who are committing the homicides and why.
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The list above is all third world, undeveloped nations. It 8767 s a shame that we 8767 ve descended to the point that we have to compare ourselves favorably to third world nations in order to defend the indefensible. More accurate would be to compare ourselves to developed, first world nations like Italy, France, Spain, England, Netherlands, Australia, etc. In that regard the . has the highest rate of gun death/injury of all other developed nations.