The Constitution says we have a "right to bear arms." That means we have the right to carry them. If we can not carry them in a concealed manner, does that mean we ought to carry them right out in the open?
How do you think Obama would answer that question?
“Well I, I, I, I continue to, I continue to, uh, uh, support a ban on concealed carry laws.”
Obama flat says, with pausal prompts omitted, “I continue to support a ban on concealed carry laws.” As I mentioned, I didn’t know that until now. It turns out that it really isn’t much of a secret, (”I am consistently on record and will continue to be on record as opposing concealed carry”) but you wouldn’t know that from Obama’s campaign website, where you have to find his position on the 2nd Amendment under “additional issues — sportsmen” and not find anything about carry permits.
So you liked the cartoons I showed you.
Yes, I did. Thanks.
You can have my gun... when you pry it from my cold dead fingers. The constitution means what it says. The right to bear arms is the right to bear arms. What is so frickin difficult to understand?!
The right to bear arms is the Second Amendment because it comes right after the right to Free Speech in importance. Speech is the beginning of all innovation. Our innovations are our products and our property.
The Second Amendment comes after that idea because the next thing that follows, logically, is that we must, as individuals, be able to protect our property.
Actually its not just to protect property but to protect ourselves. Check out what some are doing in fear of an Obama presidency.
Good point, Damien. We are our own property, in a way.
Your right. Did you happen to read the link I posted.
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