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The Complex Truth About the Second Amendment

David16953 Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 2:29 PM
The Bill of Rights is a section of the Constitition of the United States. The Constitution of the United Sates was written to limit the power of the proposed Federal Government. There were ten amendments added to the charter or license granted by the original 13 states to establish and operate a Federal Government which spelled in very concise language the rights of every citizen in the United States. The first ten amendments are absolute rights that the Federal Government is not permitted to abridge, infringe or nullify. They have never been given the power to do so. The tenth amendment specifically says that anything that the Federal Government is not specifically given in the Constitution is reserved for the states or the people.
SugarLandSteve Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 6:04 PM
Try getting a libtard to understand a concept that is so simple and basic.

Might have better luck teaching your cat to heel.

The debate on gun control lately has been going like this: Liberals propose various restrictions on allowable firearms, acceptable owners and approved ammunition. Conservatives exclaim, "Second Amendment!" And the debate, at least in the mind of the latter group, is over.

The Second Amendment, they believe, is not just one important provision of our basic government document. It's the first and last word on the subject of firearms.

Viewing the proposals offered since the Sandy Hook massacre, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., concludes the supporters intend "to completely GUT our Second Amendment rights." The Utah Sheriffs' Association warned President Barack...