I love Ted Nugent as a musician, and he also makes some valid points in the politic area. For this specific thread, I want to make some points about gun control (mainly in the U.S.) I think that most Americans should have a gun to defend themselves. Now some people may think, more guns more crime, but would you rather shoot someone with or without a gun? I would think without. This could potentially decrease robberies and crime. More crime, also known as Gun Free Zones, someone could just walk up to a defenseless person, and kill them with a knife. Not to mention, if guns are banned, do you think that will stop the people who don't already follow the law? I don't think that getting rid of guns will help much with anything. Ted also made a point that if someone car-jacked(or any other form of crime) and killed the passengers or any other people, he would rather the person who commited the crime should be dead instead, if more people had guns to defend themselves, there could be less crime-makers. Ted also made the point that most of people killed from guns are let out of jail/prison by corrupt officials and judges. He also made a point that we should ban water, to keep people from drowning. To sum things up, I think gun-free zones aren't a good solution, and can potentially cause more crime (this is my main point, although I've made others) I know giving more people guns isn't going to be much better, but feel free to debate.