When the law is whatever one person says it is, there is no law.

There’s only danger.

“I’m here basically to make sure I don’t become a felon,” Argov said, during a protest outside the Statehouse Thursday evening.

In light of her recent actions, Massachusetts fudds are not finding their attorney general’s assurances that she *probably* won’t prosecute anyone owning guns that were legal last week and are illegal this week very … assuring.

For her part, Maura Healey seems to be disregarding that rule about eating the whitebread citizens last.

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One Response to When the law is whatever one person says it is, there is no law.

  1. larryarnold says:

    It’s starting to look like the anti-gun folks have bought off on their theories that 90% of everybody wants gun control, and gun owners are a small and shrinking minority.

    “Ignoring the lessons of history” and so forth.

To the stake with the heretic!