How the gun control thought process (doesn't) work
I believe the thought process is a lot simpler than this. So much simpler it can hardly be called thought. I think that they believe destroying a gun is an objectively good act, considered in isolation. Yes, the gun can be replaced. They don't care. Yes, the price might go up if they reduce the supply, but that's not the reasoning. Destroying those guns means fewer guns and fewer guns is objectively good.
This entry was published Thu Dec 20 06:47:19 CST 2018 by TriggerFinger
and last updated 2018-12-07 22:31:32.0.