A Second Amendment Right-To-Annoy 0
Mary Jo Mellone asks, “What about my right–to be let alone?”
I don’t own a gun. I am in the majority in this nation, and I feel discriminated against because I have to concede my rights to a minority that oppresses me in the name of exercising its rights.
I cannot go comfortably to the mall, parking lot, church, hair salon — it is hard to keep these mass shooting scenes nicely lined up in memory — because somebody who is sure the world is out to get him can arm himself and then go out and prove his point. Even the last refuge of our peace and tranquility, the national parks, are no longer either; you can pack heat, and I have to sit next to you on the tour bus.