It’s time to talk about confiscation, at least according to Andrew Rosenthal of the NY Times.
In an op-ed Wednesday, Rosenthal wrote, “It’s time to talk about taking away guns — not everyone’s guns and not all of them, but a whole lot. I know I am inviting enormous vitriol with that sentence, but it has to be said.”
I appreciate Rosenthal’s honesty on the matter. I really do. Because too often gun control advocates stop short of telling us how they really feel about confiscation. Why do they stop short? Two reasons.
First, it’s a political nonstarter. Were the government to actively start going door to door to seize weapons from the American people we’d have a civil war on our hands. No one wants a civil war, especially the side with no guns.
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