Americans Plan on Having a Mature, Sit-Down Conversation About Gun Control
August 5, 2012 Leave a comment
Today, the second shooting in two weeks happened just outside of Milwaukee, killing seven, including the suspected assailant. After the situation had calmed and the smoke had cleared, Americans all agreed that they should have a mature, sit-down conversation about gun control.
Typically, Americans only scream and yell at one another about things like the 2nd Amendment, protecting ones family, and personal freedom. The conversation never leads anywhere, and everything ends up the same. But because of this second shooting that is in such close proximity to another deadly shooting, it really has brought up a lot of questions about the American gun control laws.
Americans plan on meeting on Wednesday the 8th to hash out all of the details discussing everything from other countries’ gun control laws to an interpretation of the 2nd Amendment that is more updated to apply in an age where basic hand guns are more advanced than the greatest guns from back then. Each town will come up with their own compromise. Those towns will take that to the county level and then to the state level to come up with some kind of consensus on how to fix these problems. Looks like tomorrow may be a better day.