This page will contain thoughts i have, possably in understandable order, more than likely spewed out in random trains of thoughts, I'll spin my mental wheel and see where it stops.
The topic on my mind today is this Gun battle that seems to be causing such an uproar in media. Weather it should be leagal, illeagal, banned, more strict. After the shooting at the movie theatre in Colorado, and my heart and prayers go out to the family who lost loved ones, but the shooting seems to be used as a lighting rod for politicians to either send out the message, "Hey, guns are bad (mmmkay) and we should ban them" or "If more people carried fire arms, they would have been able to fight back in the Colorado shooting"... all this said in a heartless mannor in my opinion. Not even a day to let the shock subside, people posting about gun laws, politicians preaching for changes in gun distribution. In a not as publicized, but related, opposing view of the "gun control" argument, about a week or two ago, Andrew Lee Scott was just snoozing in his appartment, when the cops show up early in the morning, looking for a suspect in a homicide. SWAT-ed up and everything started banging on his door. This startles him, as it would anyone, and he grabs his gun. The police at this point HAS NOT announced themselves, later said announcing themselves was avoided for safty reasons. He makes his way into the view of the door, being cautious, when the police breaks the door down, sees a man in the dark with a gun, and shoots him to death. Later to be found out... they had the damn address wrong.
It seems to me, civilian or goverment alike, needs to have a big ass reset button pushed. I dont think guns should be banned, but I think people who carry guns need a new course in Fire arm safty. So this incident in Aurora really shouldn't be the "ground shaking" incident that dramaticly changes the gun laws, when police officers are making the same mistakes. I know there is no way to completely control all guns, the goverment should know that. Both sides of the argument is strong enough to hold their own, so there is no reason for all this bullshit taking over the media about gun control. Damnit people.