Gun Control Debate

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Roxy Johnson
GUN CONTROL DEBATE

Streets are scaring and there are more criminals on them than usual citizens, people are afraid to leave their places after dark till dawn, chaos ascended the throne and, unfortunately, there is no any Superman, Spiderman or Batman, if nobody else, to save the world from evil. Human world is as cruel as the animal one, but animals have mercy and usually kill each other only for food. Animals do not feel envy and anger as humans do. Is it a nightmare about distant future or maybe a harsh reality? This situation is very familiar with situation in American megapolises, which are consumed with hatred. It is difficult to survive in such hostile environment, defend yourself and protect your family because the government cannot guarantee complete security for everybody. So in order to feel safer people buy weapons. As it is approved in most State’s Constitution, people can keep and bear arms in lawful purposes. But can it be asserted that the problem is solved? Of course not, because as far as civilians have arms, many other problems occur. The most important of them is gun control. Inasmuch as weapons can be bought by almost every adult, government needs to control and regulate arms handling. The following problem raises: how government should fulfill gun control in the most effective way?

America’s path to making the gun laws work for the country is not going to be appreciated by many. Not everyone is going to be happy, but guess what, not one decision is America’s history benefited everyone. President Obama is trying everything he can to make congress reach a decision on the gun control policies, but as far as we know, congress can never come to a decision that easy to profit the people. Before, we seldom heard a bill that is directed at gun control; the sad thing is that it took massive massacres for congress to realize that there needs to be a change. We all ask the question as to whether congress can reach a bipartisan...
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