Asked about guns during her CNN town hall Tuesday, Hillary Clinton stated that “we cannot let a minority of people — and that’s what it is, it is a minority of people — hold a viewpoint that terrorizes the majority of people.”
It's terrorizing people by insisting that the Constitution be followed by allowing Americans the ability to defend themselves? On which planet is that, exactly?
And here's an editorial in that freedom-loving Journal Gazette:
Future historians will be puzzled why what was once one of the most technologically advanced, enlightened societies in history aspired to ascend to such a high level of everyday wariness.
They will marvel at how virtually unlimited access to and display of firearms was pushed upon a reluctant majority by a relatively tiny group of particularly vocal and politically organized zealots.
They will find it particularly ironic that the unlimited-guns advocates so effectively used the concept of “freedom” to justify their cause.
As the future historians will see – as anyone who lived in one of those other places or times when guns were truly an essential part of daily life could have told us – no one is less free than a man, woman or child who must live in constant fear of death.
The headline on the piece -- I kid you not -- is "gun lust costing us freedom." In their demendted minds, it is not gun-wielding thugs and loons that make us constantly fear death but the ordinary people who decide to give themselves the ability to thwart the thugs and loons.