Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Who still thinks unlimited gun ownership is a good thing?

"Nearly 1.2 million Americans have died in all the wars in U.S. history since the Revolutionary War began in 1775; by comparison, nearly 1.4 million Americans have died by firearms since Robert F. Kennedy was fatally shot June 5, 1968.

In other words, more Americans have died in the past 45 years from domestic gunfire than have died in all the military conflicts since the founding of our nation." 

From  Norman Chad: Excessiveness in 21st century is at its worst since . . . the 20th century

I wish the right to bear arms didn't lead to so much carnage.


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