Wow, those folks in the United States sure have a bad video game problem these days; here is some of the latest in the carnage:
- 15 Year old girl shot by gunmen, suspected collateral for gang warfare
- 70 year old man shoots dead workers in an Arizona office building
- Gunman fatally shoots Alabama school bus driver
- Urologist shot dead by patient.
- Drive by shootings in Lopezville.
- Roadside terrorism as 43 year old man shoots at cars along a highway in Michigan
To think, each and every one of these could be avoided if video games were banned... right? A United States senator certainly thinks so, and claims that video games are a bigger problem than guns. He stated that video games are worse, because they "affect people".
However, I am struggling to come to the same conclusion. Can anybody help me? I would have assumed that receiving a bullet to my head would have had a little more effect on me than even the most frustrating round of Call of Duty; but hey, that's just me.