“Unlike the gun enthusiasts, who’s simplistic slogans make for great bumper stickers, our arguments are complex.”
Let's look at the Brady Campaign's complex arguments:
Q. Is Brady a "gun ban" organization?
A. No. Brady believes that a safer America can be achieved without banning guns.
We believe that law-abiding citizens should be able to buy and keep firearms. And we believe there are sensible gun laws that we can and should insist upon when it comes to gun ownership.
Assuming that's the Brady Campaign's complex argument, it must be said that a complex argument isn't always a truthful one.
When Chicago closed their handgun registry (effectively banning the purchase of a handgun), the Brady Campaign was in favor of it. When Washington DC law mandated that a firearm in the home be kept disassembled and inaccessible (effectively banning the keeping of a firearm), the Brady Campaign was in favor it. The Brady Campaign also supports banning law abiding citizens from buying and keeping firearms through the use of horribly erroneus, secret government watch lists. And that's not even getting into the Brady Campaign's thoroughly debunked nonsense about "assault weapons", concealed carry, open carry, etc.
It seems the Brady Campaign's complex arguments are just complex lies. So how about these slogans for Brady Campaign bumper stickers:
"We believe that law-abiding citizens should be able to buy and keep firearms... But we really don't."
"Brady believes that a safer America can be achieved without banning guns... But we really don't"