Senator Lindsey Graham has a point. Have the Democrats come out of their progressive, far-left closets and answer the question. Ah, but not so fast – the left is already dispelling this notion with much scoffing to the “possibility” of repealing the Second Amendment as an actual “goal” of theirs.
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One counterpoint the Left offers to dispel these concerns is that any fantasies their brethren may harbor or confide about uprooting the Second Amendment are ultimately just that: Fantasies. This is when we get a civics lesson: In order to amend the constitution, they accurately say, two-thirds of each house of Congress would need to approve the new measure — after which three-quarters of the states would be required to ratify that outcome. And that’s the “easier” path. Given Congress’ chronic inability to accomplish much of anything due to gridlock and bickering, forging such a coalition is virtually inconceivable, especially on such a controversial issue. I don’t disagree, at least in theory. But it was instructive that Justice Stevens, of all people, has emerged as a leading voice in this crusade.
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