The left and the right have their radical sides. Yes, there are some on the right who are crazy and treat guns as gods.This is a pretty poor tactic. The right gets all upset over the prospect of the 2nd amendment being repealed. I guess according to your reasoning they treat guns as god?
Speaking as a supporter of second amendment rights: from my perspective, what concerns normal people on the right---is not necessarily gun control itself---but the slippery slope that causes. Thus, if we grant the government the authority to restrict AR 15's, which is not entirely unreasonable, the fear is that they will come after pistols next. This is the whole problem with government--when you give then an inch, the wind up taking 10000000000000000 miles, eventually.
The whole reason we were given the right to keep and bear arms---was for self-defense---and to be able to defend our rights against a potential tyrannical government. The American Citizen is the ultimate guarantee of their rights.
The difference here is that the right to keep and bear arms is explicitly referenced in the Constitution. Abortion is not. In order to divine out of the Constitution the right to abortion, the SCOTUS had to use a lot of legal wizardry, manipulation, and convoluted logic.Meanwhile, in the real world, a great many people greatly value particular rights and get upset/angry when those rights are threatened. That does not mean they are treating them as gods.
The founders of our nation knew about abortion. At the time the Constitution was ratified, several states restricted abortion, while others had it legal. Had the founders wanted to grant the right to abortion, they would have enshrined that right in the Constitution. For some on the right, the larger problem isn't abortion itself----but a SCOTUS conjuring Constitutional rights out of nothing. If abortion supporters want abortion, let them get it through the Constitutional process set up by the founders for getting legislation. The courts weren't created as an end run around the Constitution--so you can get what you cannot get through the Democratic process.
Abortion supporters love telling everyone how much the majority of Americans love abortion. This being the case, it is difficult, if not impossible to understand why abortion supporters feel so threatened by Roe being overturned. If as they say, most Americans love abortion as much as they claim, they should have no problem getting abortion through the Democratic process.
One does not need legal wizardry to get to the right to keep and bear arms. It is right there in the Constitution in black and white.