Wednesday, December 23, 2009



Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Does the Second Amendment give individuals the right to bear arms?"

It most certainly and emphatically does NOT.

It PROHIBITS the government from infringing the NATURAL RIGHT to keep and bear arms.

"The government" - whenever you see that word, regardless of its reference to local, county, state, national, or international agencies or their agents, mentally replace it with "the king", and you will begin to understand what it really means.

"The government" does not inherit its authority from a previous incumbent. Its authority comes always and only from the consent of the governed.

The means for maintaining allowed authority, as well as for extending authority by simple usurpation, comes always and only from force of arms, and its only method of ensuring a monopoly on that force is to convince "the governed" that they should not have any means of resisting the force.

26/12/09 2:41 PM  

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