One view on gun control
In the great State of Arizona, we have rules for hunters: While bird hunting a shot gun with no more than a three shell capacity is to be used. A shotgun is not to be used for large game, deer, elk, etc. These rules are in place to protect the species we hunt for food from being over hunted and to insure that future generations have access to enjoy the outdoors as we do now. I have never heard any of my friends who hunt complain that their Second Amendment rights have been taken away due to these rules. They understand it is for the good of us all that we adhere to these rules.
Also in the great State of Arizona, six people were killed, and more wounded by a by a gunman with a hand gun and magazine designed to kill people...people, and our Governor and her associates believe if more people had those type of guns we would be better off.
The opening line of the Second Amendment states: “A well regulated militia.” How well regulated are all the organizations in our country who call themselves “militia”? Seems to me the only time we see these people is when, A: they are blowing up a building full of innocents. B: they are killing innocents with guns that are made for just that purpose. C: complaining that someone is infringing on their rights to have access to the materials needed to accomplish A or B. If these people were foreigners we would call them right-wing radicals or terrorists. In America, they call themselves patriots. I call them cowards.