I see most Coloradans support modest gun control, and gun extremists issuing threats of violence,
and modest proposals to regulate guns,
and the gun lobby(which in this case was three guys pissed at being told to shut up by said politicians),
and the gun lobby’s agenda is eliminating too many lives,
and then those politicians must argue that the gun lobby is taking away others’ freedom from guns(is that like that 'freedom from having feelings hurt' right I've heard about?)
and, in a single paragraph I'll quote entirely
In short, if the gun lobby is going to keep using demagoguery to prevent
a constructive discussion, then that demagoguery must be combatted with
an appeal to another way of life — one in which the gun is no longer
unquestioningly worshiped as a holy talisman.
Sir, my firearms are not holy; the targets are.
Miguel has a more detailed takedown of this mess over here. Thirdpower commented as well, but for some reason the comments at Salon aren't coming up, so I can't say anything on that.