A novel idea
A webpage where people who believe in living gun-free can register. The page looks serious but from the press release it's actually humor.
"John Peden, the founder of GunControlHeroMarker.com, said, “Perhaps we, the pro-firearm people are looking at this the wrong way. I built Gun Control Hero Marker so people can share where those precious Gun Control Heroes live and we can get this list of “Safety Zones” out so people will know where they’ll be safe from some gun-toting redneck with a Rambo complex. The simple fact is that, with over 300 million legal firearms owned by over 80 million law-abiding Americans today, it is much easier to mark where guns are NOT than where they are. There are 2 or 3 million Gun Control Heroes throughout the country that want the government to know which citizens are armed and which are not.”
GunControlHeroMarker.com is the one place where both sides of this issue can come together – heroic gun control activists know that a giant database filled with personal information is a good thing and pro-firearm activists don’t have to worry that their 2nd Amendment rights are being infringed. Everybody wins and gets what they want."
I suspect eventually he'll disclose that all of five people really registered.... It's a high tech version of challenging an anti-gunner to put a "There are no guns in this house" sign on his lawn.
Or, we could list the names and addresses of every MAIG member, Bradyite, LCAV, etc. Much like what was done to the editorial staff of that paper that published the list of people with CCWs.
Posted by: Tony at September 23, 2013 01:22 PM