I think you are being a little bit unfair. Even if you disagree with a guy, you don't have to stick your fingers in your ears and taunt him.
Dave is right about a couple of things. First of all, any news report that gets the facts of the matter wrong is going to reveal something about itself. I think that a lot of the NRA stance on what is and is not an assault rifle is splitting hairs, but I also think that a newspaper ought to get it right when they are reporting. This is something that you see a whole lot of in British reports about American guns. It's grating to anyone who cares about the issues either way.
When disability rights bump up against the second amendment, you are bound to have some pretty effed up test cases. It's just like how much of our free speech case law is the responsibility of pornographers like Larry Flynt. The interesting thing is that gun rights absolutists *do* have to consider these kinds of test cases when they talk about their side just as much as gun law advocates need to consider other values.
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