I aprove of this message. Also, America is just one big redneck state. Its supposed to be run by the working man, and for the working man. Not by beurocrats. We Americans love our guns and chocolate. Perhaps a little too much on that last bit metinks...
Nobody's proposed removing the Second Amendment from the Constitution. o.o The last I checked, the most serious proposal I've seen was city-wide bans in certain cities, which is the fault of nobody but the locals themselves (which, technically, could be unconstitutional, as it outright violates the Second Amendment).
I'm pro-license. o: I don't mind people having guns, but I'd like for Law Enforcement to have a record of who does.
That's the most commonly enforced method, used to prevent known criminals from buying new guns and allowing police to trace a gun (used in a crime or simply a lost weapon) to it's owner.
The methods more commonly criticized are anti-carry and anti-possession laws. Anti-possession laws may violate the Second Amendment (the Supreme Court has thusfar refused to weigh in on that), but anti-carry laws don't in name (however, as the NRA points out, what good is a hunting rifle if you can't use it?).