It's mental illness
POSTED: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 - 6:46pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, October 24, 2012 - 6:58pm
tyler, tx — When I got the news alert yesterday there was ANOTHER shooting incident--- this time in College Station--- my heart sank.
Here we go again. It's just a matter of minutes before more northeastern liberals will try and use this as a catalyst to control guns.
I spoke on this topic a few weeks ago and what happened yesterday makes my point.
The problem we we have is not so called assault rifles. The problem is crazy people.
I'm sorry. I know that's putting it indelicately.
Certainly, not politically correct. But lets go back in time.
The Colorado shooter come to find out was seeing a psychiatrist. That psychiatrist told a police officer that guy was a ticking time bomb.
Look at the guy who killed people at the temple. There was a history of strange behavior.
I don't mean eccentric, but many thought he was crazy.
Now the family of the guy who shot and killed the constable in College Station yesterday said he was
"disturbed." His mother said that. His step father said he was "crazy as hell."
That's our problem.
As I mentioned a while back. It's not guns. Crazy people will look for a way to kill you.
Remember Timothy McVeigh?
The trouble is we are not dealing with the mentally ill in this country. It's easier to just go after guns or Tea Party members.
It's mental illness.
That's your problem.
That's my point of view, what's yours?