“The good news — you needed some, right? — is that the gun-safety advocates are not worn out. ‘Every great social change movement had moments where you had to convince yourself not to give up,’ said Senator Murphy.” Um, that’s not what I’d call good news. But I’m not Gail Collins, New York Times columnist and staunch defender of the government’s right to disarm the citizenry. A woman who waits for the blessed day when . . .
. . . we’ll get a new president who doesn’t believe the only answer to mass shootings in public schools is an occasional tweet about thoughts and prayers.
Why is it that progressives and swampy conservatives don’t understand the whole point of our system of government?
Simply put, our three-part system’s designed to stop the government from doing sh*t. Hello? The Constitution isn’t a document of do’s and don’ts. It’s a document of don’ts with one — count it one — do. The Executive is instructed to defend our borders. That’s it. That’s your lot mate.
Gridlock on guns on the federal level? Absent gun rights restoration, I’ll take it!
So for me the very best news on guns continues to be the simple fact that Hillary Clinton didn’t become President of the United States, with all the anti-gun animus she would have unleashed upon The People of the Gun (including installing an anti-gun rights Supreme Court judge).
Then again, why so serious? My Wilson Combat EDC X9 has landed at Sportsman’s Finest. She’s been de-scuffified and equipped with a new front night sight, waiting to be reunited her with her one true love. Now that’s what I call
kinky good news!
What’s your good news on guns?