“There was a late snow in New York in the last week of April 1790. Not long afterward President Washington became so ill that he was thought to be dying. By early June, however, the president was well enough to take Jefferson along on a fishing trip off Sandy Hook. Jefferson, ever practical and optimistic, hoped any seasickness would ”carry off the remains of my headache.”
Guns don’t kill people. People kill people using guns. I wonder if these two founding fathers and the others who added the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution could see these type of killings in modern America, would they say “this is what we had in mind when guaranteeing citizens right to keep and bear arms?” Loading a black powder musket would likely not allow someone to kill dozens of children in minutes much less seconds….. It’s time to move on into the 21st century and deal with the problems we face now. Are you listening Judge Scalia? Probably not.