Stuff like this only feeds the fireof support for Saldana's AB1934 and all the other similar bills. But Saldana and those like her need accidents and crimeto get any support for their anti-gun bills (albeit lessand less lately. See the .50 cal. situation). Ironic, isn't it. You don't see similar bills to outlaw driving and cars when someone gets hit by one. You don't see similar bills to outlaw pools, tubs, buckets, and other containers when a child drowns in one. Imagine the headlines: "Legislation had been introduced to impose a five day waiting period onbuckets, and to limit the purchase ofbuckets to one a month."
At least once a year I read a story about a family dying because they leave a space heater running, or unbelievabely build a fire in the middle ofthe livingroom, and suffocate on the smoke. YetI can walk into a home improvement store and walk out that same daywith all the space heatersI can pay for.
Ibetter stop. The liberalsare getting ideas, andwe have heard and madethese arguments a thousand times before.