"Anyone who can't be trusted with a gun can't be trusted without a custodian."

Gun rights author and activist David Codrea frequently uses this as the litmus test for determining whether or not someone should be deprived of their right to self-defense. Because, if a person shouldn't have a gun, he arguably shouldn't be in any position to get hold of a 2-ton vehicle, or a can of gasoline, or a baseball bat either. Application of this rule could save hours of debate on silly and unconstitutional laws attempting to deprive people of their inalienable rights.
Codrea's Law says your bill prohibiting people accused of domestic violence from owning guns is wrong-headed and discriminatory.
by jcomeau_ictx April 11, 2015
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