That would actually probably help.
We will always have terrorism and we will and should always respond to those in a different way than we do to loons. For one thing, we can throw potential terrorists into a deep dark hole for the rest of their lives on suspicion alone. We can just do that to suspicious gun owners.
Maybe that's the rule that needs to change.
If they want us to stop setting their stuff on fire, they need to align their interests with ours. Until then, we'll keep inching that armada we've got off their coast ever closer until either they take a shot at us or somebody sneezes and then the war starts.
Hell the chances of you having a psychotic break and merely *believing* that's happening are probably higher than the chances of it actually happening.
Best comment ever! I wish I had the karma to give to you...
Sounds to me like people have issues in their lives which they hope to avoid dealing with through "privacy". In almost all cases it's better to just punch those issues in the face and get it over with.
Anyone digging into my life will only have themselves to blame when they recoil in horror and can't sleep at night...
My warning to anyone asking me any meaningful questions about myself always amounts to "I'd be happy to tell you, but once I do, I can't untell you."
Most people stop asking at that point.
That's mostly how I live my life.