Gun Rights: “What’s Your Cause?”

Gun owners, equipped with their powerful weapons, fight for the right… To have guns…

Very quirky, very meta.

It’s as if activist-filmmakers would make films about their rights to have a camera. Or as if writers would write bout pens. “Im a writer, I’m free and I have something to say. I have a pen and I can use it!” “Yeah but what’s your message?” “I have a pen!”

In the Middle Ages, knights used to fight for a higher, a noble cause. Not merely for the right to have a sword.

And if gun owners fight for a higher cause, for liberty, why not help children living under dictators?

It’s OK to want a gun. People kill, not those pieces of metal. But why turn this into a mega-cause?

(Picture: Taxi Driver)