History has a funny way of putting things in perspective, especially when it comes to American gun culture. I guess today even the old west archetype of individualism, Wyatt Earp, would be a pariah in his own country since he was for restricting some places where guns weren't welcome. I always find it interesting when conservative gun owners celebrate the facilitation of introducing more firearms into public and private domains without restrictions. Since Gov. Walker of Wisconsin signed a new bill making the state one of now 49 that allow the carrying of concealed weapons into churches I'm inclined to ask the age old sarcastic inquiry of "what could possibly go wrong there?" When individual instances of just exactly what can go wrong take place its always a conservative mantra to utter something about the price we pay for freedom on some level even if that price is the life of human beings. When I read about Walker's bill taking effect it dawned on me how a certain symmetry exists in the conservative matrix of what value they place on human lives. I now completely understand the American conservative movement and their insistence that human lives have a price in the context of accessible health care for any citizen that can afford it. If you can't afford it you don't deserve it and you just die. The corollary that seems to go along with that seems to be if you aren't carrying a firearm when somebody goes off for any number of reasons then that's just too bad and you made a poor choice. Your life is expendable. That's some "culture of life" they have going there. And its so Darwinian of them.