We're hot in the middle of election season and sooner or later the conversation turns to 2A rights and gun control. I have one simple way to express my opinion. Here's the scenario I give;
How would you feel if you left your polling place and were met with protesters telling you that you shouldn't be voting. Strangers telling you that you probably aren't smart enough to pick the best candidate and you should leave those choices up to more qualified people who would make the best decisions for everyone.
Not one single person would agree that we should have restrictions on voting.
So why does anyone want to have restrictions on my Constitutional right to keep and bear arms?
It's in The Bill of Rights. This is the second amendment to the Constitution. Who are you to take that from me?
Can anyone (reasonably) argue with that logic?