The fault lines of this debate will be quite clear, and likely quite nasty. However, for those prone to reflexively support any anti-abortion legislation, consider how you would react if laws were enacted in a Blue state somewhere saying that before you could purchase a gun you needed to be shown -- and have described to you -- images of violently murdered gun crime victims. Imagine if you had to fill out a questionnaire that asked, among other questions, about you socioeconomic status, the number and types of other guns you own, and your reason for purchasing a gun; and further, that those responses were mandated to be made publicly available on a government-run website. Imagine that gun dealers were required to post certain anti-gun signs in their businesses. Imagine that state insurance law was changed to refuse to cover your weapons losses in the event of a theft. Imagine that lawsuits seeking gun ownership on necessity grounds were banned by law. Then imagine that as a final indignity, it was mandated that something be uncomfortably inserted into your rectum prior to a gun purchase unless you agreed to wait 30 days. Would you still sit quietly by as your right to a constitutionally-protected activity was chipped away at by the government? What would you do if the shoe was on the other foot?