Well that's the thing, who decides which particular right outweighs another? Such as the right to own a firearm made solely to kill, versus the basic right to live, which we are all entitled to. I have no desire to own a gun myself. However, I am not for a total ban on guns, nor am I for entirely repealing the second amendment, or something ridiculous like that. I am however for a common sense approach to this problem, and it begins with our culture, which is deeply entrenched in a general obsession with firearms. We have to somehow change this, I honestly don't know if it's possible after all these decades. But when the first reaction from many pro gun individuals to yet another mass shooting with an unconscionable loss of life occurring on an increasingly regular basis is to tout the second amendment, and generally lambaste any and all attempts at gun control legislation, we have hit rock bottom on this issue.
Random "extremes", or absurd slippery slope scenarios seem to be all the pro gun crowd have to fall back on at this point. That sort of buffoonery reminds me of some of the reactions to the Confederate flag removal in South Carolina.
With all this talk of people supposedly wanting to "take things away" for no good reason like a "dictator", you would think we were talking about things absolutely essential to basic everyday life for a human being. Surely you couldn't be talking about something created with the sole purpose of killing.
I don't know who you are referring to, but I've said none of those things. Your rantings about liberals are about as cliche as you can get, TN05 has ran that into the ground. Unfortunately, it would seem the only "rights" that matter to some people are that of gun ownership. People who just want to be able to live without being gunned down by a lunatic? Not so much. It's pretty telling just how delusional our culture surrounding firearms has become when countless people suggest more guns as a solution.