They fought for the rights that leaders now want to deny them

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Absolutely repulsive. These veterans fought to defend all of our rights and now some of their military leaders fight to strip them of those rights. What an absolute crock of crap regarding "suicide". The U.S. Constitution doesn't grant self-righteous facists the right to strip the American people of their constitutional rights if they served this great nation and if those self-righteous fascists deem it in the best interest of those veterans.

Furthermore, a person who wants to commit suicide doesn't need a firearm and the lack of one will not prevent them. There are still sharp objects, hanging, pills and poison, long falls, and a whole lot more. How dare these facists attempt to strip our veterans of their rights.

Group of retired military leaders is fighting to stop GOP bill to protect gun rights for poor vets
 

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No American should be denied their constitutional rights without having their day in COURT. Due process in the fundamental right that protects all other rights.
 

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No American should be denied their constitutional rights without having their day in COURT. Due process in the fundamental right that protects all other rights.
If ''constitutional rights" can be denied by a judge (court) they are not rights, they are privileges. Rights cannot be taken; privileges can.
 

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No American should be denied their constitutional rights without having their day in COURT. Due process in the fundamental right that protects all other rights.
If ''constitutional rights" can be denied by a judge (court) they are not rights, they are privileges. Rights cannot be taken; privileges can.

You're not very smart are ya. A court can take your life, but not without due process. Rights are a fundamental part of liberty, and the Constitution says in the 5th and 14th amendments that you can not be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process, meaning in a court of law with appropriate jurisdiction.
 

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