I don't know about yours, but my family is doing just fine.Actually, its the decay of the family.
Oh, you noticed.We've had guns since our founding. Fast-loading ones for over a century. But the mass-killings by bullets are pretty much in the last twenty years.
Personally, I don't think it's the decay of the family per se. I think some people are just genetically predisposed to have mental problems. For instance, Adam Lanza suffered from asperger syndrome aka autistism.Has conservatism been the driver behind the decay of the family ?
I have no idea what your talking about here.Further, and frankly, and unfortunately, these killers exist in the virtual world of the internet. In peer groups they could not likely find, much less sustain, if not for the modern communication age.
Lanza wouldn't have easy access to guns if his mother didn't have them in the home.It ain't the guns. And you have made no argument that its conservatism, while all arrows point to liberal trash.
There's plenty of evidence to suggest that cutting federal funding for mental institutions and facitlities led us down this road to mass killings by the mentally ill.
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