Wow. This forum got out of control.
Weedy Lady, let me preface by saying I am a Libertarian living in Kentucky where we have a conceal and carry law. Since that law was passed, crime has gone down considerably. My philosophy in government as in life is simple: "Live and let live, as long as you're not hurting anybody." I believe in the Bill of Rights and in Liberty and would never advocate any abolition of those rights.
"Government, like dress, is a badge of lost innocence; the palaces of kings are built on the ruins of the bowers of paradise."--Thomas Paine.
You're accusations were unfair, and if you truly believe in liberty, you wouldn't slap me when I speak my mind. Besides, you missed the point.
The point I was making, even if poorly, was a tongue-in-cheek jibe (hey! almost humorous! ;-D) at Google, who makes judgements about what they allow. The guidelines say weapons are okay, as long as they're not illegal. However, it's pretty hard to find the weapons they don't like. The point, dear fellow Southerner, was that it is interesting that Google has no problem with porn or drug paraphanalia, but does have a problem with gambling and guns.
Perhaps I made the classic mistake my writing professors always warned about--"assume your audience knows nothing." I never liked that rule. I like to think my audience is clever enough to get it.
I don't owe anyone an apology (at least here, but my girlfriend often says otherwise). You may owe me an apology for jumping all over me (calling me things like "low-minded" and "dummie") after assuming I said something I didn't. If I owe an apology, it's for not making myself clear--a cardinal sin of writing. But I'm not asking for any kind of apology, I don't really need it--I just need to set the record straight.