My right to have a firearm is what protects your right to tell me I can’t have one. The so-called “gun control debate” is over. It has been over since the Bill of Rights was ratified. The Constitution is perfectly clear. Further, the recent Supreme Court decision, District of Columbia V. Heller, makes it clear that the people have the right to keep and bear arms as a personal right, and this right cannot be abrogated by any government. Accordingly, the recent attempts by liberal politicians to create “gun control” legislation are unconstitutional.