It's one assertion after another.
Just as "neither do I" is the last one and I have little doubt many more will follow.
It is no answer to the question--"How is it applied common sense when "better" is not defined. Nor is how it is made better or who will make it so."
People with a modicum of intelligence know that until the question is answered Bill's post makes no sense.
Do you think others want to make things worse? Don't you think they are trying to make things better even though you might disagree? Has Bill got a monopoly on what is better?
Can you not see that denying some citizens the right to bear arms on the basis of some bureaucrat, or army of them, monitoring everybody, with spies and tittle-tattle, is one of the things the FFs were trying to avoid in the land of the free. It would be a good job though for certain types of control freaks.
In a free country due process is required for that sort of separate citizenship. And to get that sort of due process you need communism or fascism. To deny the right to bear arms without a court hearing with evidence and cross-examination is the very opposite of freedom.
And would any of the monitors (dread word to freedom lovers) disqualify themselves or any of their relations and friends? Friends to include those who are inspected by Bill's monitor who bring a brown envelope with them? After all you do need monitors to get any monitoring done.
Neither you nor Bill have envisaged being monitored. It's something for other people not like you.
You're so tangled up in circularities that your head must be whizzing around like a well whipped top.
And we are still nowhere near having things made better.
You silly moocow. Bill's ex-wife might have had him certified from all accounts. And him her. In a cross certification hearing where his mien would be no match for her tears and fictions and histrionics learned from various TV programmes which demonstrate the most effective methods.
That's his guns disposed of. He would have to lie in his bed every night shaking with fear.
If I had the job I would go to the target ranges first. Hey--that might be the way for Mr Obarmy to go.