Sure, it's one vote of a Supreme Court Justice, but we were one flip-flop away from the right to keep and bear arms being a collective, not an individual, right.
And if the right spelled out in the 2nd Amendment became collective, not individual, how long would it take for the rights spelled out in the OTHER amendments to be interpreted the same way.
Imagine a country where you cannot have individual religious beliefs; you can only belong to an organized church.
Imagine a country where you cannot speak unless you gather up a bunch of people who agree with you.
Imagine a country where you cannot write your Congressman without a bunch of cosigners.
Imagine a country where you cannot blog unless you belong to the People's Unified Bloggers Association.
Imagine a country where you can't challenge an arrest unless you can find a bunch of people who question the officer's probable cause standard.
We were one vote away from that.