There's a Cold Civil War that's burning in this land. On one side are people who want to live the way they always have; on the other side are people who think that they're smarter and so should be able to tell everyone else how to live. Quite frankly, there's no bridging this divide. The latter group simply does not understand the first's motivations, and cannot empathize with them or imagine how they think. The first group understands the second all too well.
And so we keep hearing demands for a "conversation". To some of us, it seems that there's been a conversation going on for decades, but one side doesn't want to listen - rather, all they want to do is talk, telling everyone else what to think and how to live. They seem surprised that the rest of us don't bother listening any more.
Justin Moore is one of those who don't listen, but who can help the Know-It-Alls to understand how the other side thinks. Artists and singers have always spoken for their generation, putting into words what is felt by many, articulated by few. Piers Morgan won't be able to understand this song, which says about all you need to know about him.
This debate isn't about the ostensible goals of gun control. It's part of a Cold Civil War where one side seeks to subject the other, and where the other resists. Where the Little Guy gets put in his place while the Rich and Powerful get away with whatever they want. Where collective punishment is meted out on the innocent in retaliation for the crimes of the guilty.
Otherwise we'd see an actual debate, instead of a lecture. Me, I'm done talking to people who aren't interested in listening.