In PJ Media, commentator Paul Hsieh writes, "Would New Gun Laws Strike Widespread Civil Disobedience?" You should read the whole thing (RTWT). He starts with
1) The strongest advocates of each side hold fundamentally irreconcilable positions.He's right. There is no possible agreement between "civilians should not be allowed to own an assault rifle", or the blunter, "weapons of war don't belong on our streets" and the modern, post-Heller interpretation of "shall not be infringed".
2) Ordinary Americans have declared their willingness to disobey the law.
3) Local law enforcement officials and state governments have also vowed civil disobedience.
... During Obama’s first term, many on the Left who were frustrated by their inability to fully impose their political agendas repeatedly invoked the mantra that America was “ungovernable.” If the president’s gun-control proposals become law, they haven’t seen anything yet.
In American Thinker, Neil Snyder writes "President Obama has set in motion forces he can't handle". Again, RTWT. While not about the gun argument per se, it focuses on how divisive the "community organizer in chief is", how good he is at setting neighbor against neighbor.
President Obama has done one thing superbly well: he has demonstrated skill par excellence on a national scale as a community organizer. He is second to none when it comes to inciting, agitating, race baiting, stoking fears, and motivating the masses. If you discount voter fraud, more than anything else, those skills got him re-elected. But like a snowball gathering momentum as it rolls down a hill, the forces that he has unleashed will be impossible to stop without pain and suffering.All in all, they are sobering, as was the podcast. It's no longer just us nutty bloggers that are seeing the tide moving. Keep on prepping.