Sometimes things Anti-Constitutionalists say are funny. Like this Reverend. "Rev. Robert Moore -- executive director of Coalition for Peace Action, a pro-gun control advocacy group based in New Jersey -- said the gun control measures being debated were only about "keeping guns away from people that shouldn't have them." "Unfortunately, I'm not in control of what people perceive," Moore said." http://www.nj.com/data/2018/03/nj_gun_control_nj_gun_sales_why_are_nj_gun_sales_rising.html Restricting magazine capacity, access to standard ammo, etc. is really restricting EVERYONE's access. So I guess, by inference, the Good Rev. is saying no one should have them? P.S. Is this "Rev" getting tax breaks because he's clergy? Since he's the "executive director of Coalition for Peace Action, a pro-gun control advocacy group based in New Jersey" should he actually be excluded from such tax breaks because his main engagement is as a lobbyist? The IRS can illegitimately go after Tea Party groups but doesn't enforce its own existing rules and regulations on liberals and those who are anti-constitutionlists.