February 20, 2013
2nd Amendment and the Right to Bear Arms
When people here about mass killings involving fire arms, they automatically think it’s the guns fault. As if the gun fired on its own. This makes people think that our right to own fire arms should be taken away. Take a second and think about this, who was holding the gun? The majority of mass killings are done by someone that has a mental illness.
We wouldn’t have to take away our right to bear arms if we figured out what to do about people with a mental illness. Schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and autism are the 3 main illnesses that the mass killers tend to have. Autism is usually detected early. Sometimes it is ...view middle of the document...
Should someone refuse to get tested they would be sentenced to death. If a person should notice someone with symptoms before they are 18, they should contact local law enforcement so that the person is taken to get tested right away.
Once a person is diagnosed with either schizophrenia or bipolar disorder they should be taken to local camps. It is here that we will train them to fight. If they are under the age of 16 they will be kept in mental institutes until they turn 16. From the ages of 16 to 55 they will be put in the camps. Once someone is 55 they will automatically be sentenced to death. Once they have been in trained to fight for 2 to 4 week, they will be brought to the local stadium where they will fight to the death. The money raised at the stadiums will go to the local schools. With killing off the people with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder we have prevented them from being able to perform a mass killing. As well as protecting our 2nd amendment and right to bear arms.
In the past 50 years, the availability of public beds open to people with mental illnesses has dropped from 559,000 to 43,000. This means that people with the mental illnesses are not getting the treatment that they need. If we raised money to open more facility and made sure that every person with a mental illness was getting treatment they need that would dramatically reduce the number of mass killings by a fire arm. It would also help if we when letting people purchase guns we look into their homes to see if anyone in their homes has a mental illness and could have the slightest chance of getting a hold of the fire arm.