That's the topic of the day it seems. I know all the debates on whether it can work. I am more interested in the question of whether its critics *wish* it could work. Do they wish it could work?
I *wish* gun control could work. I doubt if it does, at least not "locally." (There might be some very long-run way to get to the low-guns equilibrium.) I suspect most critics would be, no matter what they say, unhappy to learn that it could work, if indeed it could.
What does that mean about their motives?
What does this mean about *my* motives?