All You Need To Know
End of discussion.
UPDATE: OK, for those of you who still don't get it*, and actually claim to support Mitt Romney's position in thinking that Massachusetts gun laws are just fine the way they are, and not in need of any "weakening", I ask...
Do you support gun control laws that...
(a) ...give police chiefs the power to deny a citizen his right to own a gun for having committed the grievous offense of losing a rented Blockbuster movie?
(b) ...give police chiefs the power to deny a citizen his right to own a gun for having committed the grievous offense of failing to keep his address current on his automobile registration?
(c) ...give police chiefs the power to revoke a citizen's right to own a gun for having committed the grievous offense of forgetting to button up his coat on a windy day, and allowing his legally-licensed concealed weapon to become visible for a couple seconds?
(d) ...give police chiefs the power to deny a citizen his right to own a gun for having committed the grievous offense of living in an apartment building with loud neighbors?
(e) ...tell the aforementioned "criminals" that the only way they can possibly re-acquire their supposed right to bear arms is through a costly and time-consuming judicial appeal process, all costs of which are to be paid out of their own pockets, regardless of the outcome of the appeal?
(f) ...give local politicians the power to deny the right to own a gun to those citizens who simply can't afford the high cost of navigating one's way through the costly and time-consuming licensing process, while allowing their affluent and politically-connected neighbors living a few blocks away to exercise their rights at relatively little out-of pocket expense?
(g) ...ban the outright possession of certain firearms based on the physical appearance of said firearms, even though they are functionally identical to, and in many cases, lower-powered than many common hunting and sporting firearms?
(h) ...require residents from out-of-state to pay $100 a year to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for permission to carry a $10 canister of pepper spray for defensive purposes?
(i) ...make it a criminal offense for an unlicensed individual to walk out of a public gun range, and into the parking lot with a spent shell casing stuck in the sole of his or her shoe?
If you answered yes to any or all of the above questions, then, by golly, Mitt's your man! I'll pass, thanks.
*And, on the NGI (Not Getting It) Scale, that would have to rank right up there with not being able to get a dose of the clap in a Tijuana whorehouse.