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MI: Military-grade weaponry unneeded in public spaces
Mark A. Taff
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“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed” reads the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
However, I ask: Why so many guns? Why high-capacity magazines and clips? Why military-style guns? Why rapid firing? Why concealed guns? I would be interested in hearing from anyone who can offer answers to these questions.
|"Why so many guns? Why high-capacity magazines and clips? Why military-style guns? Why rapid firing? Why concealed guns?"
Typical liberal ninny.
The Second Amendment guarantees our natural right to bear arms suitable for militia use.
The author assumes that there is a point zero where no rights exist, then proceeds to create a framework of limits on 'rights' the government may (not shall) grant.
"Liberals are people who stand on their heads and insist that the world is upside-down."
|The second amendment really does not lend itself to wide interpretation. Those who "interpret" it want to twist it to mean something contrary to what it actually means. If you have a good dictionary you can find out what WORDS MEAN, and then you won't need an "interpretation."
Because you will COMPREHEND what it means.
|...If a man lies under oath or procures the lie of another under oath, if he perjures himself or suborns perjury, he is guilty under the statute law. Under the higher law, under the great law of morality and righteousness, he is precisely as guilty if, instead of lying in a court, he lies in a newspaper or on the stump; and in all probability, the evil effects of his conduct are infinitely more widespread and more pernicious. — Teddy Roosevelt - May 12, 1900