Common Sense in the Bay State

In Worcester, of all places:

However, the public and lawmakers should not, on the basis of an extraordinarily rare accident, rush to enact new laws that may not advance gun safety.

Reacting to the tragedy, Rep. Michael Costello, D-Newburyport, declared his intention to file a bill to ban anyone under 21 from firing an automatic weapon. That proposal is absurd on its face: Young men and women, after all, enlist in the nation’s armed forces and use automatic weapons

The rest of it is equally reasonable.  I’m glad the Telegraph is above hysterics.

One Response to “Common Sense in the Bay State”

  1. Matt says:

    It will pass. You know why, because the liberals are now in charge!