- Dec 1, 2010
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If your speech or religion crosses a line to endanger the public then it has a right to be regulatedYou can still be bearing arms within a regulated system. That right would not be infringed. It’s up to interpretation and history shows that the majority of law makers agree that regulations and laws around guns are valid. You’re in the minorityIt does. There is no "except for" in the 2nd only a "shall not be infringed".Don’t say No one I’ve been in plenty of debates in this board with people who think the 2nd gives them a right to be armed anywhere and all the timeWhat does that have to do with anything?
You do not have the right of free speech on someone's property either. No one anywhere argues that business cannot ban guns.
The system is regulated. Murder is illegal. What more do you want?
What Creep is saying is if you can talk but government decides what you can say, your right to free speech isn't infringed since you can still talk. Or say government decides Islam is illegal, Creep is saying your right to worship freely is not infringed since you can still worship.
See how that works?
To do that, you must while providing due process prove that they broke a law.
Gun regulations ignore due process.
See, this is how despite being a broken clock, you aren't even right twice a day ...