Discussion in 'US Constitution' started by capego, Jul 4, 2018.
exactly; Only well regulated militia are expressly declared Necessary.
Shame the Founding Fathers didn't give them the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, isn't it?
Well regulated militia may not be Infringed by the unorganized militia, when it really really matters.
The ONLY well regulated militia is the Federalized National Guard and a few States have their own militias.
Yes, well regulated militia of the United States may not be Infringed when keeping and bearing Arms for their State or the Union.
Only an idiot would assume the majority of the military would follow the unlawful order to fire on groups of US citizens.
You conveniently left out the part that mentions "The right of the people". There are also the subsequent writings of the Founding Fathers that affirm the rights of individual citizens to keep and bear arms.
Not in our Second Amendment. The People are The Militia. Well regulated militia are expressly declared, Necessary, not the unorganized militia of the rest of the People.
Your petty frivolous irrational arguments are super easy to dispel.
The 2nd Amendment specifically addresses the right of We The People (but not you) are empowered to be armed such that We The People (again, not you) can defend ourselves against the tyranny of our own government or group gaining control of said government.
Nuclear weapons are intended as deterrents to International threats. The government is highly unlikely to use nuclear weapons domestically but then I can see why you jackwads might fear it. As usual in your spasticism, garbage spews from your lips.
As far as tanks and rocket launchers.....if the US government is taken over by you nut jobs then we certainly will need weapons capable of stopping such tanks used against We The People (Last time, NOT YOU).
You fool. You have NO CLUE what the US Constitution is all about. Shocking.
People with totally fucked up thought processes like you should NEVER sit on the Supreme Court.
Thanks for the verification and reiteration.
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