Yes, there’s a lot of hypocrisy on that. It’s bizarre that gun violence is okay in one area and not in another.I can't take the gun control crowd seriously because they are worried about (hypothetically) 8 people shot at a mall but couldn't care less about 75 people being shot in Chicago over the weekend. I live in an area where there are gun shots going off all the time from the Hoodlums and Gang Violence. The Government saying I can't have a gun isn't going to stop those shootings and deaths. In America we have this thing called Gun-Free Zones and that is a breeding ground for shootings. Why is it that the areas (states, cities) with the tightest and most strict gun laws have the most gun violence? Also in America we have a thing called a Constitution and a 2nd Amendment. I don't feel like I should surrender my Rights because of criminals who will still be criminals. America was founded on rising up against a Tyrant and right now we are being pushed with our First and Second Amendment rights under a growing attack each day is the kind of thing that will lead to the people rising against the Government.
And gun control doesn’t mean you can’t have access to guns. Canada has gun control and you can still walk into certain stores where guns are on display and available for purchase. You just need a license. Life is valued more here though, all the way up to the government.