(b) VDH (not me) offers a pledge for "all liberal celebrities, business people, and politicians". He subsequently offers an example involving a cleric.
Oh crapflooding crapflooder, you do flood you the crap.
It takes longer to buy Sudafed than it does to buy a gun. As someone who had purchased both in New York State I know that for a fact. Hell it takes vastly longer to purchase and register a car than it does to buy a gun. It is even more work to adopt a dog from a shelter than it is to buy a gun.
This is precisely the sort of irrelevant factoids, repeated with a vehement huff, that tips off the other end of the conversation to go very calm and pay close attention to the con-job unfolding.
The first and second amendments remain invariant. The job of unwinding American liberty is going to be achieved through debt, decadence, and entitlements, not these frontal assaults.
What is it that people are so afraid of
Something akin to termites. Again: the motives of the proponents are deemed as impure as the globally, historically lousy results are unrelentingly sucktacular. When Bill de Blasio (to drop an example) foregoes armed bodyguards, maybe people on the Left won't seem so totally insincere.
At least they took it up and debated it. Why don't you look up the debate surrounding 113SB2 to find out? It is, after all, a matter of public record.
Looks like 113th Congress took it up on the floor- and then referred it to death by committee.
Proposed. Not acted upon, but proposed, in the 113th Congress, Senate Bill 2
You are in a maze of UUCP connections, all alike.