If there's a right worth maintaining for citizens regardless of their criminal convictions, it is their voting rights - currently inviolable only in Maine and taken away for life by some jurisdictions. Of all the restorations that ex-cons have completed their sentence deserve to have guaranteed, this is not one of them. All the others - legalized discrimination, residency restrictions, the broader implications of enduring a permanent and stigmatizing second-class citizenship? Fight for those, for they are horrific stains that serve as a de facto underclass preventing the success of millions of citizens who'd otherwise thrive. The worship of guns? Screw that BS.