Once again, we are left to wonder, whether U.S. District Judge William Young, who issued the ruling, is simply dim-witted, or deliberately ignorant of the history and utility of the uniquely American right of the individual to own and carry weapons. Stupid or incompetent, judgie-wudgie, make a choice; you are clearly one or both of them.
Partly this smelly can of worms was opened by the late sainted Justice Antonin Scalia, a darling of conservatives, who ruled, insanely, that the Second Amendment is not absolute but may be "regulated". My question for the judge's moldering corpse, is, if a right can be regulated, then what the hell good is it? Must we place our rightful power to resist authority in the blood-soaked hands of authority?