I am in favor of the Second Amendment, although I do not believe the firearms available today are what our forefathers had in mind when it was written.
When lawmakers enact laws, prohibiting certain types of guns from being sold or owned, or limiting the number of bullets a magazine may hold, they believe citizens should not have the right to possess such items (for whatever reasons).
Why do they believe they have more rights than others? This reminds me of a “Mom-ism” – do as I say, not as I do.
Chris D. DeLeon, Clovis