“Introducing Teddy Gun,” the YouTube caption proclaims. “An Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence product that aims to shine a light on the nonsensical lack of gun regulations, and ultimately put pressure on Congress for common sense gun laws.” The fact that firearms are . . .
a protected class of products under the United States Constitution’s Second Amendment doesn’t stop the antis from making spurious comparisons to other government regulations to promote their campaign for civilian disarmament.
But you gotta hand it to them: comparing toy manufacturing regulations to gun control is way more ludicrous than ye olde “car license vs. gun ownership” BS. Humor — dark as it is — is more effective at winning firearms freedom fence straddlers to join the cause than rational arguments. Or is it just ludicrous?