Aspen Times columnist Todd Hartley has a harsh conclusion for assault rifle owners: You're compensating for something.
Hartley made his case last Friday, using an argument made popular by foes of the large Hummer vehicles -- which have since been discontinued.
Let me clarify that statement a little, if I may. Owning a handgun to protect your home and your family is fine. Owning a rifle or shotgun for hunting or target shooting is also fine. But owning lots of guns or pseudo-machine guns means you have a tiny wiener and you're incredibly self-conscious about it. That's the plain and simple truth, even if it's not true.
Read Hartley's full article here.