The Wording Of The Second Amendment Seems To Be Rather Ambiguous In Certain Ways...

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    If, in 1789, you had been given the task of writing the Second Amendment,

    would you have worded it differently...? and, if so, how...?
     
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    bump...
     
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    I'd have said...

    "in the future, when the leftists and freedom haters decide they want to disarm the nation so they can control them without worry of reprisal, TELL THEM TO FUCK AND DIE."
     
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    lol... not terribly constructive for the purposes of this thread... but I'm imagining that on a yellowed document displayed in the Library of Congress... :)
     

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