I can't help but believe, while the 2nd amendment is going to be under fire [one more time in the coming weeks and months], if the incident and tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementry School was as much to blame on the increasing violence in the growing number of video games being sold to our kids? Video games tend to make competitive entertainment out of killing others [on the screen], and this form of amusment/recreational pastime has to be emotionally and mentally desensitizing the souls and minds of those who are caught up in playing the game's hours upon hours each day. The other day, we received a package from Amazon. My wife opened it and asked me why I'd order a bunch of "Angry Bird" stuffed toys? I told her I didn't, and we were able to return the package to Amazon, as we discovered it was wrongly shipped to us. While talking to the rep from Amazon to make arrangements to return the box, I told the women, that if I wanted to order a stuffed animal, it would be anything other than "Angry Birds!" I went on to explain to here, that in my mind, there is way too much "anger" in our world, and now the corporations that run our capitalistic society are making a profit out of being angry. She told me, that she wouldn't allow her children to have the games or toys associated with Angry Birds, after she discovered the premise of the game is to kill and destroy others to gain points. Maybe the political powers that be needed to include a ban on violent video games as well as guns. And, if all possible, get a hand on changing the mindset of our younger generation when it comes to the reality of what happens when real weapons are used to take out those they can no longer tolerate. I have to ask myself one thing...is the ownership of guns really the root of our evil doings as of late? Or could it be, that we are reaping the crops of removing God, the Ten Commandments and prayer from our schools? Could today's shooting and others like the one at the theater and Fort Hood, have been avoided by teaching our kids to respect the person next to them, in front of the and behind them? Maybe the curriculum should not be so concerned with Tolerance, Political Correctness, and Diversity Training, but rather return to teaching our children [both at home in in school] the good old "Golden Rule?" It worked for so many of us, because I know I never saw the kind of evil I've been witnessing [on a growing rate] that our society is being visited with! Again, I am merely thinking out loud, but I am including a brief survey and would like to know your thoughts on the above as well as what you think is wrong with America and the world. Let's try to keep this centered on faith and not politics, if we can?