The BIG QUESTION being the one posed by Neil Heslin:
More than a month after Neil Heslin’s little boy was shot and killed along with 19 other first-graders at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Heslin stood before a group of Connecticut lawmakers and wondered aloud why any American needed the kind of firepower used in the killings. “Is there anybody in this room that can give me one reason or challenge this question, why anybody in this room needs to have one of these assault-style weapons or military weapons or high-capacity clips?” Heslin said. Heslin paused for a moment and looked around the room. “And not one person can answer that question or give me a reasonable answer.” Then, he got an answer. “Our rights will not be infringed!” someone called out. “Second Amendment!” yelled another.
I would have understood and supported Neil Heslin, who most certainly must advocate the gun control measures espoused by Denny Freidenrich, had he strangled the idiot who was worried about his rights being infringed. I lived around these inbred type of people in Colorado and Arkansas who believe they have a right to own assault weapons with high capacity clips. Frank Smith who used to reside in Monahans,TX raised a good point when he asked a second amendment freak why he needed such overly potent weapons. NRA members will eventually be targeted for refusing to be reasonable about gun ownership.