With the power to destroy in their own hands
Rage and indignation dominate their stands
Fearless and unknowing of the consequence
This only leaves me questioning their competence
What they call their problem solver
Is what goes by the name of a revolver
This object, they take it upon their most prized honor
The object that assists in the despiteful act of manslaughter
Their actions with this object are sending the message of war
And you tell me that regulation should not require more control?
As if this object is not the cause of their temptation
This that leads to the victims and their own devastation
They do not question their actions, they just put their finger on the trigger
With such an easiness, as if it were only an act of vigor
But behind the fools act, their only lies cowardice
Accompanied by a dangerous amount of avarice
Yet who is to blame, The carrier or the object?
Or does the court decide upon the motives of the suspect?
I think we can agree that there is more than one to blame
The founding fathers must look upon us with shame
Was this what they intended with the second amendment?
An excuse for citizens to lead with their own resentment?
Six thousand and eight hundred and twenty seven incidents and still no legislation
They call their legislation, “means for protection”, this only causes my frustration
Has our system of law enforcement become so ineffective?
Is open carry our definition of being protective?
These sort of afflictions are destroying our government
We have resorted to an old western fundament
The Bill of Rights continues to be misunderstood
Leading to anarchy rather than statehood
It is in the politician’s judgement to activate its power
The power initially granted for a certain encounter
When natural rights are in danger of being deprived
The right to life, liberty, and happiness from where the meaning was derived
Let there be no more deaths, provide a ban and a restriction
For this is the weapon most familiar to the politician
Let there be no more crime
For, we are running out of time