America want some sort of regulation put in place to avoid incidents like the one at Sandy Hook Elementary School from happening again. Then there are those who place the blame on the damage that is inflicted by a gun to the community rather than the one who is holding the weapon itself. Lastly, there are those who strongly defend the rights that have been bestowed on us by the Founding Fathers when it comes to the Second Amendment. Then there is the battle between these Constitutional defenders and the extremists who think that we do not need to have the right to bear arms. Gun violence truly is a hard topic nowadays with so much liberal agenda being pushed through. As someone who is a future generation of the United States, this topic is something that cannot be taken lightly. The manner in which gun violence has unraveled itself has grown to get out of control. Gun rights do need any sort of attention but rather those who get their hands on guns whether through a legal or illegal process. The world is crying out for a solution. It is time to address it how it is supposed to be. Do not blame that which performs the action but rather that person which carries out the act.
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