That didn't take long.The false eqivalence I've pointed out to Flyboy is that no gun grabber, not even the Brady Bunch, has ever proposed a law such as this, and it's not for lack of creativity. They really DON'T want a theocracy to run the show.
Seems your Governor agrees with your idea, Raz'r.California takes a page from Texas' book.
I continue to disagree, more so now that your statement of Thursday before last has fallen by the wayside.Abortion rights are pretty much already gone in many southern states. Only right that guns go away in liberal states. Might as well use the same technique.
Here Is Why a Texas Judge Concluded That the State's Abortion Ban Is Unconstitutional
Needless to say, conservatives who applaud S.B. 8 because they oppose abortion won't necessarily like the results when people with different views use the same approach to promote their agendas. "We are a diverse and creative people, and it seems naïve to hope these procedures will be cabined voluntarily once they are upheld," Peeples writes. "A new and creative series of statutes could appear year after year, to be enforced by eager ideological claimants, who could bring suit in their home counties, where the judges would do their constitutional duty and enforce the law. Pandora's Box has already been opened a bit, and time will tell."