Letters to the Editor

Monday, Dec 17 2012 10:30 AM

Blame violent entertainment

By The Bakersfield Californian

Another tragedy, another movement to blame guns. Let's start with some real causes. In the 1960′s we had a big change in the way we rated movies and Hollywood went amuck with violence. Little did the public know of the terrible impact that these movies, TV shows and lately video games would eventually have on the children and citizens of this nation.

Some will keep blaming guns as the problem. It is not the problem. We have a social problem, not the right to bear arms problem.

Do you see any politician going after the movie and TV industry that produces violence causing a national crises as it has certainly become? Politicians are too busy fighting each other to go after the real issue -- a sick and immoral nation. My prayers are with the families of Sandy Hook Elementary School. We must seek God's guidance and help prevent another tragedy against our children. When violence replaces love, tragedy always follows.

Trenton Spears

Bakersfield

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