- Aug 8, 2011
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By definition militias are not part of the US military chain of command. They can become part of the US military chain of command but then they are regular government troops rather than militia.They eventually want to confiscate all rifles and handguns from all citizens somewhere down the road.
And I want an Angel on a Gold Chain that I can ride to the Stars, but that ain't happening either!
The UN has no military to carry out such a dream.
Untrue. The Constitution makes them legal in all 50 States. You are dreaming.The United States constitution clearly states that a "States militia must be well regulated and maintained." A weapon of a "States militia" is an assault rifle. Any ban would violate the United States constitution.
The National Guard has many assault rifles and many other cool weapons. They are the State Militias, who were always ultimately under the command of the CiC. Not the private gun clubs.
"A well regulated Militia," means trained in the art of war.
A "militia" is comprised of civilians whom are NOT under the command of government. We all learned that by third grade...you didn't?
That is known as a private militia, and all 50 states have laws making them illegal.
The constitution make sewing clubs for Grandma legal too. Gun Clubs are free to call themselves militia's but they have no legal authority to act as part of the US military chain of command.