"The factor underlying the violence, some experts think, is the dismal state of the nation's economy. Criminologists theorize that the epidemic of layoffs, the meltdown of storied American corporations and the uncertainty of recovery have stoked fear, anxiety and desperation across society and unnerved its most vulnerable and dangerous."I'm not buying the idea that being layed off from work will turn an ordinary person into a mass murderer. There is something wrong with these people to begin with. These people may feel entitled to things they are not really entitled to and believe that violence will get them what they want, but that is not caused by the economy. That is a lack of values and judgment.
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