"Your dead kids don't trump my constitutional rights." "Conservative sensitivity at its finest, courtesy of Samuel "Joe the Plumber" Wurzelbacher. Speaking in a time of great tragedy, Wurzelbacher's only response to a grieving father discussing his son's right to live is that the be all and end all is the right of Americans to be armed to the teeth without any regulation. There is a time, a place and a manner for such discussions. He could easily wait several days. He could just as easily frame his ideas in less crass terms. He could choose to use words that will not rub salt in open wounds. He decided not to engage in such behavior, which, unfortunately, is nothing new for him. This kind of absolutism disturbs those of us that see shades of gray. Not everyone that favors sensible gun regulations seeks to take away each and every gun from each and every law-abiding citizen. Not everyone that believes in the right to bear arms is someone that opposes sensible gun regulations." http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/...ead-kids-don-t-trump-my-Constitutional-rights After Sandy Hook we saw the American public show great support for background checks, but our elected officials shut down. Is there room for any flex on the 2nd amendment? Is there a Gray area? Should it be changed or should we stay the course?