Boy, "common-sense" is a subjective term isn't it?
Reid is a savvy politician, and I can't disagree with any of the posted points at face value, but it will certainly be interesting to see how he feels his goals should be attained.
I honestly hope that they split some of this stuff up.
Some of the things being suggested I actually agree pretty strongly with - streamlining the process for identifying/reporting the dangerously mentally disturbed, better information sharing, and expanding access to mental health services for instance.
Some of the suggestions I can live with - like universal background checks.
Some of them I am adamantly opposed to - bans for law abiding citizens, and federal registration.
I just wish we could decide on them on a point by point basis as apposed to having to go all or nothing. But sadly we're a nation governed by the moralistic equivalent of a bunch of flea market salesmen.
si vis pacem para bellum