Citing the post-Newtown “push for sensible gun laws,” Larkin elaborates what he means by “modest,” promising “Nothing to offend those who fall asleep at night reciting the Second Amendment. He’s the arbiter of that, you see. “Just a few simple things like tightened background checks and curbs on assault weapons,” Larkin elaborates, citing recent draconian infringements in “Maryland, New York and Colorado [as] reasonable restrictions on guns. Again, he’s the one who presumes to define what's reasonable.
This is the piece David expertly deconstructs. I was particularly struck by this quote:
“You have to look at the gun industry. Look upstream at the gun industry. That’s where our problem lies. “They’re the worst polluters in America.”