It must really suck to be on the other side....
Scripps News: Prospects dim for new restrictions on gun ownership.
"The White House Web site's description of the administration's agenda calls for a variety of gun-control measures, .... But the Democratic majority at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue has shown no appetite to act on any of those proposals."
Democratic Underground: Feinstein: Not The Time For Gun Control.
"The California senator who authored the nation's now-lapsed 1994 ban on assault weapons says she will hold off trying to renew that ban. "
Eric Holder, to CBS: "I understand the second amendment... I look forward to working with the NRA."
Via CNN: " 54 percent favored stricter laws in 2001, compared with 50 percent in 2007, according to Gallup polling. Now, a recent poll reveals a sudden drop -- only 39 percent of Americans now favor stricter gun laws...".
And, best of all... Brady Campaign flips out over Gallup polling. "Today's Gallup news release, "Support for Gun-Control Laws at All-Time Lows", is one of the most misleading I've seen in a long time."
UPDATE: SayUncle notes a posting by Tom Diaz, of Violence Policy Center, that, well, suggests he is profoundly depressed. I mean, to the point of throwing in the towel, saying that Chuck Shumer and Hilary Clinton are selling them out, etc..