Neither am I. And neither are the gun grabbers. Gun control advocates have not changed their position, but they have repackaged it to make it more attractive to the public. Their mantra of "we don't want registration or to take away guns, we only want to make sure the wrong people don't get guns" is a total lie, but it is a 5-second sound bite that people hear and it resonates with the public. Most people tune out our side's 5-minute factual rebuttal shortly after it begins. The Coburn amendment has no chance of passing in the Senate; Schumer has already told us that by rejecting it. But the Coburn amendment or a more pro-2A version has the potential to change the terms of the debate, change public perception, and force gun control advocates to show their true intentions. "No" is not a winning PR plan or political strategy. We need to claim the high ground in the debate, take the fight to our opponents, and put them on the defensive.