Once upon a time, there was a great land ruled by an Orange King. The Orange King was a wise and benevolent leader and the people were happy and prosperous.
But not all was perfect. You see, in the Land of the Orange King, it was against the law to dig holes. However, some bad people were able to purchase backhoes and dig very big holes throughout the land. Every day, it seemed another big hole was being dug. No one knew what to do.
The Land of the Orange King was divided by a great river. On the left side of the river lived the Blue People. On the right side of the river lived the Red People. One day, after a very bad person used a backhoe to dig the biggest hole ever, some of the Blue People said to the Red People “If it’s against the law to dig holes in the Land of the Orange King, why do we let people buy backhoes? After all, their only purpose is to dig big holes.” The Red People said “Silly Blue People, our Supreme Law guarantees the right to keep and bear backhoes, and besides, backhoes don’t dig holes, people do.”
The Blue People thought that this was the dumbest thing they had ever heard, but unfortunately, the Red People controlled all three branches of government, with the help of Russia and they all lived unhappily ever after.