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  • OL44893 (edited 3 years ago)
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    Well, from my limited experience, many or perhaps I should say the majority, of voting American's will not consider giving up any individual privileges for the betterment of the whole society. It's simply not a part of the culture for the individual to sacrifice for the good of all.

    To be brutal, if the killing of 20 children +6 adults isn't enough to propel both sides of the issue to the table to begin discussing change, nothing will. Clearly, it's a multi-faceted issue which needs a multi-faceted approach (accessibility limitations, education, mental health, sharing of information across agencies, and so on.. oh wait and money).

    Sadly, this too will simple become another statistic.