Let’s get one thing straight. The Bill of Rights is not a moral doctrine. It’s the product of a negotiation. The negotiation happened 223 years ago, when different concerns were on the table, when evil existed but didn’t walk into a school and murder 18 children. Rights are the product of politics, they are not bestowed upon you by God, and the Founding Fathers were representatives of interest groups, not prophets. We have every ability to repeal the 2nd Amendment.
To people who say that if the 2nd Amendment goes, then we have to worry about the 1st and 5th and the other good ones that have become part of the American credo: I say good luck to anyone who thinks they can get those repeals through the political process.
And to the idiots at Fox News who said Jovan Belcher could have just as easily murdered his girlfriend with a knife, so a gun ban doesn’t make sense —just try to argue that 18 children could have been murdered by knives this morning, you irresponsible, intellectually dishonest, complicit miscreants.