No offense taken of course, our motto (one of many) is to agree to disagree.
I don't though see the connection of voting to ammon or gun possession. Lots of citizens don't chose to vote, nor do they want anything to do with Jury Duty - the two things our government asks of us, few really want to participate - although the same people who won't serve jury duty are the first to complain when murderers walk the street and of course the few who choose to not vote complain about Obama being president.
Doing both are civic duties and just because you exercise that right (and rights can and are taken away - ask any felon about gun possession, voting and jury rights after serving their sentences) supposedly they have completed their punnishment, yet they have lost rights.
I would never call your thinking insane though, saying that you disagree is much nicer in a family friendly site, but either way - mentally unstable people vote, I don't see that being a ticket to be allowed gun possession, surely more should be involved than that.
I'm not for the "If you take guns away from law abiding citizens, only the bad guys have guns" thinking either. I believe people should have a means of protection, use it when necessary, practice all you wish - but in life we recognise the difference in small amounts of marajuana possession vs. possession pounds and truckloads. Their has to be a limit to some things. It isn't the personal rights issue that scares me, it is the advocates that shoot for the moon, is their belief so strong in gun laws that they strive for WMDs as protected by the Constitution or are they just lining their pockets with billions sent in to them by members who can barely afford to arm themselves, meanwhile the NRAs of the world have buildings in Washington, DC as LARGE as any government office building there - I have been to the NRA building in DC, the members sure bought them a nice place and I'm sure with that comes some absurd salaries.
I'm not comparing NRA and NAMBLA except to say they are both radical, no less than ACLU or green peace. I remember when Joan Rivers had a PITA person toss paint on her fur, claiming fur kills animals, she said "No S**T, about two dozen are going to die to replace this fur you idiot, have a nice day!"
wait until nationalized heath care comes and it is called a RIGHT, then a 6 hour delay at the doctors office and 3 days in the emergency waiting room will be the norm. We can't afford this war and health care too. I'd raqther be deeply in debt making people well, but it is unlikely that we'll ever get out of this hole dug in the sands of Iraq.