Alexcabbie wrote:I think a lot of us can define it better than the statists and tyrants who would apply it to us.Here in Virginia, there are two ways you can be declared legally insane for the purpose of a NGBRI plea. First, if you did not know what you were doing, as for example a guy carves up his boss but does it because he thought he as carving a turkey (a Thanksgiing turkey; I know a lot of us have idiot bosses but "turkey" in the street sense won't fly and I know, more's the pity)
The other definition of legal insanity is the inability to distinguish right from wrong. I just heard a song from the turbulent late 60s that had the lyric:
"I'm not talking 'bout 'Party ideology'; I'm talking 'bout RIGHT AND WRONG! Do you know the difference?"
A few years ago I posed the question to a bunch of people I knew: (A) do you know the difference between right and wrong? (YES) (B) Okay. Then define it.
Since you have to be sane to own a firearm in this country, I hope everybody here can answer Part A. But canyou answer Part B (in 25 words or less)?