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Joyce Foundation Shill Josh Sugarmann reports on a “study” that his paid hacktivist group conducted and concludes: homicide, and particularly gun homicide, continues to be one of the most pressing public health concerns in California among youth and young adults ages 10 to 24

Well, that’s kind of weird. Since California gets the top spot in the Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Ownership’s ranking of gun control.

4 Responses to “Unpossible”

  1. mikee Says:

    Only in Josh World could a 22% reduction in gun death rate in one year, in the most violent county in California, be considered a bad thing in need of fixing.

    I would be interested in knowing if the reduction came about because of fewer shootings, better post-shooting medical care, sudden increase in population with steady violence level, or some anti-gang police initiative. Any or all of these could explain the decrease seen 2009 to 2010 in homicide by gun.

    Of course, limiting access to guns is the answer to any question for Josh, including “What color is the sky in your world?”

  2. HL Says:

    Surely without the excessive Gun Contol, the “Gun-Death” rate would be 100%!

    Its just like Obama-ism…the number of lives/jobs lost would be much worse if it wasn’t for the important changes they have made.

    If they could only get ALL the legislative changes they want, things would be groovy!

  3. wizardpc Says:

    Ah, yes, but the top spot still allows citizens to buy firearms.

    That must be stopped!

  4. dannytheman Says:

    What’s a yoot??

    To me young Adult is 18. 22 to 24 is a full fledged adult.

    He would make it 32 years old if he could, the lying son of Hades.

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