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My Thoughts on The 2nd Amendment

As ratified by the States and authenticated by Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State:
A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed

First, we must explore what or who is the militia. Is it a pre-organized group? NO. Is it our already Federalized military? NO. The Militia is the Citizenry at large. People like you and me. The Governor of each state has the authority to call on the Militia to protect that state as needed. The Governor can conscript people and commission officers as he/she sees fit . If it were to become necessary, your state would call on you to become a guardian for the people and supplying your own weapon and ammo would be a benefit. Thus the right to bear arms.

The 2ND Amendment.

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Guns of the People

Examining the purpose or intent, you notice a comma after state. Meaning, that part of the sentence is really not necessary but an example of why we have this right. I could just as easily have written,” Defense and protection of the Bill of Rights from subversion being necessary to the security of a free nation, (notice the comma) the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

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Nowhere in the Constitution of these United States does it say ,”UNLESS or BECAUSE.” when it comes to the Bill of Rights. I defy anyone to show me wrong. Tell me , when do we become citizens again? We work. We pay taxes. We raise families. We go to Church. Where does it say the Federal Government, which is why the need for guns, have the authority to strip us of our right to own guns? I carry an1858 Remington 44 by the way. Openly and legal. Try and take it. We also have served in our countries military and swore an oath to defend and protect the Constitution. You people who say we should not have guns ,wouldn’t know how that feels to a patriot that wants to defend the freedoms we all enjoy ,for future generations. We have been silent too long. Look at what our government has stripped from us because of our complacency. It’s time to stand up and be heard.

I was judged by a man appointed or elected by the people to judge in their behalf and to be an impartial judge on all matters. In that respect , when someone is judged and sentenced ,fulfills the requirements of said sentence , how much longer must he/she do time before you are satisfied that they can rejoin society? If we are to become productive citizens again, must we continue to be punished for what a judge has considered to be satisfactory to the state as just punishment? Must we continue to do time to satisfy people like you? Why did you join the military? Obviously not to support and defend the Constitution.. You must have joined for economic reasons only to get a reality check you couldn’t cash. Understand this, every time we allow a freedom or right to be chiseled away , we give up a voice to stop the next installment of Marxism.

Our Founding Fathers viewed a federal government with trepidation. It was George Washington who said “Government is not reason; it is not eloquence. It is force. And force, like fire, is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.”

As to our Constitution, it was Patrick Henry who stated “The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people; it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government.”

Seatbelts was just a trial to see if we could be duped . Child safety seats was a clincher. Now the radicals know we are asleep and can be subverted. You swore an oath . Time to defend.

As you might see, I hate seatbelts laws and can see that small freedoms ,such as this one, is a stepping stone to complete control of all our actions. Give up one freedom and you lost ten more. As a result …

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  1. James, I am sorry it took me so long to see some of your posts. I am really impressed by them, and particularly this one – it is great and absolutely on target. It boggles the mind that intelligent people cannot grasp the meaning of “shall not be infringed”.

    What is also of major concern to me is that so many Americans don’t even understand what freedoms are, what they consist of, what they deny the government. I argue with them every day of the week. Many Americans also think that if they want something badly enough it is a RIGHT. Telling them it is not a right, but a privilege brings nothing but argument. Telling them we are losing more freedoms daily also brings argument as they respond “I haven’t lost any of my freedoms”. They don’t even know they’ve lost freedoms. They don’t grasp incrementalism, which is how the socialists ALWAYS overtake nations.

    Keep up the great work!!

    1. I try to keep my posts clean and just common sense. It seems to be lacking in todays society. I can’t understand why it can’t be taught at school as well as at home.

  2. Author James ended his title with (Unfinished) but since he never came back to “finish”, I removed that from the title and added a bit of graphics. Hope you don’t mind, James!

    1. For myself as well… I know all too well about getting my thoughts together, especially all in today!

  3. People keep saying they want smaller government, but few are willing to grasp that is most unlikely to come when 98% of the voters chose one or the other collectivist as offered up by the Dem-Rep Monopoly. In other words, they voted for socialism in whatever version.

    Here’s my thoughts on how the Constitution has allowed almost any kind of tyranny. Now that America has been swallowed up by Collectivism, the people ought to be thinking about WHY!

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