Proponents of civilian disarmament will stop at nothing to further their anti-gun agenda. If that’s not scary enough—and it is—consider what they do to the English language. “Assault rifles,” “weapons of war (on the streets),” “high-capacity magazines,” “gun safety”—just a few of the terms the antis deploy in their endless crusade against Americans’ gun rights. Over the last couple of years, the anti-gunners have managed to insert the phrase “common sense gun control” into public parlance. The insidious anti-gun agit-prop sends a powerful “turn your brain off” message to the fence-sitters’ subconscious minds. Luckily, the Obama Administration spent part of today degrading the expression. “The White House asserted Sunday that a ‘common-sense test’ rather than ‘irrefutable, beyond-a-reasonable-doubt evidence’ makes the Syrian government responsible for a chemical weapons attack that President Barack Obama says demands a U.S. military response,” chron.com reports. Keep that one going guys. Please.