Post Heller Reactions from the Anti-gunners

Shorter version of this piece from the Brady Campaign’s former lawyer: We know we just got our asses handed to us but, c’mon, this could be a springboard for reasonable gun laws we can all agree on, you crazy-ass gun nuts.

I mean, seriously, how else would you take this: in a spirit of conciliation and compromise rather than extremism.

Meanwhile, the Violence Policy Center says that they win because anti-gun briefs were more diverse and pro gun briefs were all written by the gun lobby. Only trouble is they’re either lying or can’t do math.

5 Responses to “Post Heller Reactions from the Anti-gunners”

  1. Kevin Baker says:

    Only trouble is they’re either lying or can’t do math.

    Or both!

  2. anon says:

    A reasonable gun law is: Violent criminals, loonies, and unsupervised children can’t have them. That’s my compromise. How far are they willing to come to meet me?

  3. Gregg says:

    I always thought that the 2nd Amendment was a reasonable law. The people are sovereign individuals and can possess whatever the heck they want to possess.

  4. dave says:

    “Only trouble is they’re either lying or can’t do math.”

    Or both.

  5. straightarrrow says:

    My compromise is that I will willingly agree to disarming the police and see how that works as a test to stop the violence.

    My bet is a lot fewer innocent people will be shot.