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it really doesn't, because the lax states don't have near the per capita crime rates. it has to do with the scumbag criminals who live in those areas. I'm speaking specifically about PER CAPITA crime statistics which don't have anything to do with population per square mile or population density. of course a densely populated area is going to have a higher total number crime rate due to the higher population, but why is the per capita crime rate higher? Why are you over 3...
I like how nobody complains when a left leaning statement is thrown out there, but when a right leaning reply is made, I'm made to look like an asshole. Some of you guys are something else LOL
Sorry, but that doesn't negate the fact that the rate of occurrence per 100,000 is drastically higher in those areas from a purely statistical standpoint.
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I'm sure they aren't, but are their lives any less valuable than the kids in Newtown? California (the state with he toughest gun laws) has a 50% higher population than Texas (one of the most lax in regards to gun laws), yet the murder by firearm rate is 100% higher in California than in Texas. How about Washington DC and Chicago.....2 of the cities with the strictest gun laws coincidentally have the highest rates of murder by firearm.edit: more exact #s. in 2011 in...
and id wager that a large portion of those were in areas with strict gun control laws IE chicago/ny/la etc.Also those numbers usually include police involved shootings and justifiable homicide. Most are from gang related activity though. How many lives were saved or how many weren't raped due to them being armed? Didn't see that number get posted up.When the criminals turn in their guns, ill gladly give up mine.
that sucks. Blue skies and sunny today in the SF bay area, and im off work in 8 minutes.
now they're is an example of working together! :/lol
im just doing my part to entertain the guys stuck at home due to inclement weather!
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