...but, evidently Latino, black, and Asian adolescents (or you name any other group) can just have at 'er, I assume. That's just a weeeee bit "RACIST!!!" view, isn't it? (See? I can opt to play the race card at the drop of a hat as well as any liberal on the planet.)"We are talking about trying to limit an angry, mentally ill, WHITE ADOLESCENT'S ability to randomly kill a large number of people in less than 5 minutes."
So tell me, how is further restricting the gun rights of people who are NOT mentally ill, angry, and who have no desire to slaughter people going to "limit" or PREVENT what a criminal/loon does?
So now you choose to pettifog the issue, go off on a tangent, and try to establish an 'if-A-then-B' correlation between the two subjects???Also some of those founding fathers were slave owners.
...and, of course, it then follows that a view that's "popular today" automatically invalidates the views of the Founders? 'Incredible.Many of their views would not be popular today and they certainly were not infallible.
There is a constitutional mechanism in place (which those imperfect FOUNDERS created by the way) that outlines how to address that possibility. It's referred to as the amendment process.
REALLY???!!! The Founder's views on what they themselves wrote "(don't) hold water" simply because their views differ from the views of some people today??? You cannot be serious, sir!That argument just does not hold water.