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You are cherry-picking statistics and abusing the meaning of words, which are the common tactics of sociopaths.
Haha you're just like Dana with the minor difference that she sticks to "rapist" while you mix it up a little. Two peas in a pod haha.
Government subsidized student loan programs increased demand for higher education and provided guaranteed payments to colleges which removed market incentives for improvement. Increased demand drove up costs. Quality remained steady in the best circumstances. But more broadly, quality decreased to accommodate paying customers who cannot actually consume the higher quality product.
A sizable proportion of Americans can never have enough guns
I have the same concerns. But maybe, with an aggressive government redistribution plan, we can solve the issues of gun ownership inequity.
I see you're also concerned about shooting victim inequity. I suppose a government program to redistribute this outcome could also be tried, though I expect it would be less popular. I wouldn't personally support it.