Amendment II states:
"A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed."
Why is this being questioned? I'm confused. Why attack our right to bear arms because some lunatic shoots someone or some moron walks into a gun show with a loaded gun? Should we be questioning the right or the individual? When I was growing up a man drove his van through a preschool playground and killed a child and wounded many more. Do we outlaw vans and our right to drive? Someone picks up a bat and beats someone maybe even to death. Now do we outlaw bats and our freedom to play baseball? Doesn't even make sense does it? How is it that the government wants to attack this so adamantly but they aren't concerned about curing the root of the issue? Where is the anger and hatred coming from? Who and or what in this person's past has caused the initial wound that has yet to be healed?
Did you know alcohol use is involved in more incidents of sexual violence, including rape and child molestation than any single drug? Why hasn't the government attacked that? Now, I don't think alcohol or our right to drink should be banned but how about exercising a little common sense and educating people of the dangers, then if an issue arises address the individual. Are you getting the picture? It's not the object it's the objective. What's the person's reasoning and where does the anger come from?
This is simply a call to think before you act or re-act.