How to tackle gun violence without violating 2nd Amendment rights? Legal leaders share strategies. The 2nd Amendment isn't an absolute right. NO right is an absolute right. Rights are relational, and the Supreme Court has repeatedly recognized this idea. Sadly idiots use guns recklessly and violently such as the man who fired into a car of kids playing their radio (the racist jerk didn't like rap music). The man and George Zimmerman should get together and have a beer. They are both the same kind of crazy. Until we have an assault weapons ban and more restrictions on gun ownership we will continue to see more senseless violence.
The other day at a Jimmy John's I saw a young guy with a holstered gun and some camouflage jacket. He didn't need a hand gun, and I feel confident he wasn't a responsible gun owner. He certainly didn't seem like a responsible adult because no responsible adult carries a holstered gun into a Jimmy John's near a mall. Clearly the guy had masculinity issues and a screw loose as a lot of these people do. I think he was trying to impress the girl he was with because he couldn't do it by himself. If you aren't responsible in day-to-day life, you aren't going to be a responsible gun owner.