Finn dAbuzz wrote:
I have no idea what the actual percentage of incidents to gun ownership is but unless it exceeds 5-10% there really isn't a problem.
According to Wikipedia, one in three households in the United States has firearms. They cite a congressional research service report, as reported in the Washington Post
in 2015. Of course, in 2015, the Congress was controlled by the Republican party, do it would be hard to believe that that were an example of librul prejudice.. According to Wikipedia, citing the U. S. Census Bureau, there are 113,000,000+ households in the United States. So if there were 5,650,000 incidents of gun violence every year (5%), you don't think that would be a problem, huh? Of course, the other end of that is 10%. So i guess you don't think that 11,300,000 incidents of gun violence per year would be a problem, huh?
The percentage of people abusing their right to drive a car far exceeds 10%
Can you tell me the last time someone got behind the whell and killed 49 people, and injured 54 others in the same incident?
Your math sucks.