Huh? What sort of argument is that?
Second, Fort Hood is a military base with lots of guns,
And the area where the shootings occured was a gun free zone for all but Military Police.
[A]nd Virginia Tech is a university with its own police force.
Again, the students weren't allowed to carry, making it a gun-free zone.
Sadly for us, the majority of Americans simply assume that since he uses the language of logic, his words must then make sense. Liberals also use the rhetorical question to great success with most Americans, as if it is "logic", when nine times out of ten, there ARE actual answers to their questions, and they almost always point to the opposite conclusion that they are conveying to the untrained minds. For example, "Why haven't we banned guns yet?!?" will be met with a cacophony of "ikr!!!"... when the actual answers to this question ("2nd Amendment" and "personal safety" and "the history of gun control before mass murder" etc) are rarely mentioned... and if mentioned, are usually met with VERY confused expressions, from listener and speaker alike. They assume that any rhetorical question must be the end of the discussion. They get the deer-in-the-headlight look when they hear an answer to a question. They know tha questions usually get answers... but the speaker gave a question that isn't supposed to get an answer... and they mull over that confusion, while the actual potential for making the intellectual connection between question and answer flutters away like a butterfly in a field.