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Can You Imagine King George III Telling Our Nation’s Founders They Couldn’t Have Muskets?

theabnranger Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 9:05 PM
No honest person can refute that the Founding Fathers wrote the Second Amendment, the linchpin of the Constitution's affirmation of God-given rights, fully expecting that citizens would be armed about as well and, maybe, even somewhat better than the nation's military. Indeed, although it would have violated their keen reluctance to require specific behaviors of any citizens, a number of the Founding Fathers would have endorsed every citizen being required to arm himself
Serpentdove Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 9:08 PM
The writings of Washington, Jefferson and others in which they contend that private ownership is as important as the Constitution in protecting the rights of Americans totally confirms your post.
Serpentdove Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 9:11 PM
The writings of the founders, apart from the consitution, make it unequivocally clear that when they wrote and ratified the 2nd Amendment, they had private citizen ownership of guns in mind. The progressives who want to say it was that they only meant for the standing militia to have it because of the first part of the Amendment deliberately ignore the clear writings of the founders on the subject.

Don’t you love how the Left and their step-n-fetch media mavens are trying to make law-abiding gun owners the bad guys? You don’t? Yeah, me neither.

From Hollywood’s heavily armed guarded elite to the radical, anti-gun commie rag Journal News, peaceful and upright average Joes are being isolated and concentrated on as the bane of America’s existence just because we righteously and lawfully keep and bear arms.

Hollywood has even cobbled together a little tsk-tsk black and white video demanding our government do something about gun violence. That would be the very gun violence they have glamorized on the big screen...