The government's definition of disabled varies from person to person. I'm perfectly competent in most things, I'm just amazingly bipolar. Trust me, as smart and coherent as I am, you really don't want me near any firearms during one of my wild mood swings. That's all that's needed to disqualify me from gun ownership. However, I am perfectly, and legally, competent to vote, and yes, I will vote for your side. That's the part you're missing. There are plenty of perfectly capable thought-wise that can't function well in society, and quite a few of us that don't like government control any better than you do. If anything, I hate it worse, I've gone from being a hard working, well-paid professional to begging for money for food. Assuming I finally get disability, my whole life is now in their hands. Trust me, I want them kept under as close a watch as possible, and not just over gun control.
I do agree that if a doctor and court find you incapable of rational, reasonable thought, and place you as a ward of the state, you shouldn't be able to vote. I don't think murderers in prison should be able to vote, either. Just don't forget about the rest of us who are incapacitated enough that we have limitations, but not the popular definition of drooling, lunatic mentally disabled.
Roach.......I probably did, but there aren't too many other lines in there.
Just hit me at a bad time, I got some crap news a couple of hours beforehand about an issue similar to this, reading that I shouldn't be able to vote on a national issue made my blood boil for a minute.