I honestly just don't understand the sudden need for guns that America has had lately. Before Sandy Hook and all this ''outlaw guns'' stuff was being talked about, I don't remember much people feeling the need to own firearms and everything. People I know in my area that I would have NEVER pictured owning a gun, etc, all have them now. I think Richard Patrick from Filter really tackled how I feel on the gun laws head on in that interview he did with Derek for Altwire. I don't want to piss anyone off here but yeah. I don't feel like all guns should be banned, but there should be certain restrictions and precautions taken, etc. For example, why does an American feel the need to be able to own an assault rifle? There are other guns you can purchase to ''keep you safe'' or ''hunt'' out there besides an assault rifle. And the fact that Richard Patrick's wife and kids were in a prius and just because they had an ''outlaw guns'' sticker on their car, a big huge truck with a gun supporting sticker tried to run them off the road, etc. That is the shit that I don't like. America has become an extremely violent country, almost every day I am watching the news and hear about murders in high school, shootings, stabbings, gang wars, heroin, etc.