Jill Stein for President
It's in our hands
Stein argues that the US should look to other countries such as Australia, which is just as much of a gun culture as America, when searching for great examples of dealing with the issue of gun control: "In 1995 when they passed limits on automatic weapons [implemented] background checks, and actually did a buyback of dangerous automatic and semiautomatic weapons--they have not had a single mass shooting ever since. And the rates of ordinary gun violence dropped by half. They have saved $500 billion per year. It has not been a slippery slope in Australia." www.ontheissues.org She is right because if people keeping getting checked for weapons it would be a lot saver and no crazy shooting or etc. will happen but sometimes guns are needed to protect yourselves at all cost no matter. what because you also have to think about safety as well because most people die because they can not defend themselves then it ends up them getting shot getting their life away from their family.