When It Comes To Gun Rights, We Don’t Care About Nuance
By Tom Knighton
Many gun grabbers have this bizarre opinions about the gun debate. If they’re not convinced we simply don’t feel hard enough, they’re convinced we actually like seeing mass shootings. They seem to go out of their way to misunderstand anything we on this side of the debate have to say.
However, this particular take from the USC student paper was absolutely hysterical.
There’s a lot of derp in this, though I do think it’s well-meaning derp. As a result, though, I’m going to have to fisk this. For anyone unfamiliar with fiskings, it’s a point by point rebuttal. The original post will be in italics while my response will be in bold.
One of the most heated debates in American politics revolves around one sentence in the Constitution: “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.”
It’s not that hard to comprehend. Regardless of the first half of the sentence clearly reads “the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” Why is this controversial?
In our politically polarized society, the topic of gun control raises reflexive outcries of …Read the Rest
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