A gentleman, out for a walk late at night, comes upon a drunk who is sprawled beneath a street lamp, clawing at the pavement.
“Sir, what are you doing?” asks the man.
“Looking for my keys,” the drunk replies.
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“You dropped them around here, then?” the man asks.
“No,” says the drunk.
“Then why are you looking here?”
“Because,” the drunk replies, “this is where the light is.”
This old anecdote sums up Democrats’ approach to preventing mass shootings for the last seven years or so. They don’t have answers. But when they become convinced that there’s something they can accomplish, they go right for it. It doesn’t bother them if their solution is completely irrelevant to the problem they’re supposedly solving.
The National Rifle Association's three-day convention in Indianapolis this week is expected to bring more than 75,000 people to the city's hotels and restaurants, and some are expected to being carrying firearms.