Eight mass shootings and killings just this month (so far). We are weary with grief and abject frustration. Just this morning on the TV, a Republican Party Congressman said that we might as well get used to it because there is "nothing we can do about it". I will not give up. We have tried so hard to get any meaningful action resulting in effecting legislation to combat the powerful gun lobby. So, rather than persisting going further down this path, maybe we need to try something else.. as well. Having given much thought over years of anguish, I am suggesting that we have a discussion, resulting in action that may work. We need to effectively track the manufacture, distribution, and sale of AMMUNITION. Are projectiles that go boom and explode protected by the "sacred" 2nd Amendment? I know that the strict interpretation is "armed" means guns and weapons, but how about the stuff that goes out of the end of a barrel? I would argue that bullets are not protected. I am not going to go into the logistical details of how a law would be crafted, but I know that ghost guns are very easy to create, but how do you safely manufacture a bullet without avoiding explosive mistakes? Let's try this! Think about it and talk about it and see if this has legs. Here is HCR with other things:
12:09 AM (8 hours ago)
Q. What's the difference between a Hippo and a Zippo?
A. A Hippo is really heavy, and a Zippo is a little lighter.