After that, researchers could move on to figuring out
Even more fascinating would be an analysis of the brain activity among certain Republican congressmen who suffer from a sort of political Tourette's syndrome. These are the guys who, despite warnings about making their party look like a cabal of white male Neanderthals, cannot refrain from saying crazy stuff -- everything from how rape is God's will to calling Latino laborers "wetbacks."
In this regard, the fellow whose brain needs thorough study is Rep.
"Well, once you make it 10, then why would you draw the line at 10? What's wrong with nine? Or 11? And the problem is, once you draw that limit, it's kind of like marriage when you say it's not a man and a woman anymore. Then why not have three men and one woman? Or four women and one man? Or why not, somebody who has a love for an animal? There is no clear place to draw the line once you eliminate the traditional marriage and it's the same once you start putting limits on what guns can be used; then it's just really easy to have laws that make them all illegal."
Wouldn't it be great to know how a person's brain can make a stunning leap from limiting ammunition to legalizing sex with animals? Or why someone who is a lawmaker lacks the mental capacity to understand that every law draws a line somewhere and, just because you shift the line toward fewer rounds in a clip or marriage equality for same-sex couples, that does not invariably lead to all guns being confiscated or allowing anyone to marry their favorite sheep?