I find it noteworthy that when gun control advocates claim favor for their positions among law enforcement, they like to trot out police chiefs, many if not most of whom are appointed to their positions by mayors, city councils, or other such government entities. Meanwhile, opposition to gun control seems fairly strong among sheriffs, the vast majority of whom are elected to their positions by the voters of their jurisdictions. This seems rather telling in regards to gun control and the will of the people.
If it were the will of the people to control guns, then 73 million background checks wouldn't have been done since the 2008 elections.
I told the new me,
"Meet me at the bus station and hold a sign that reads: 'Today is the first day of the rest of your life.'"
But the old me met me with a sign that read: "Welcome back."
Who you are is not a function of where you are. -Off Minor