Monday, May 15, 2017

You Don't Ask Permission

Not to exercise a constitutional right. The Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States says categorically, “....the right of the people to bear arms shall not be infringed,” Yet, every day, liberal anti-gun fools try to pass laws and make regulations that infringe on that right.” The right to be armed for self defense is NOT a “privilege” to be “granted or taken away” by some nameless, faceless bureaucrat. The power to “permit” is the power also to DENY. And every law or regulation that allows it is UNCONSTITUTIONAL. In a real world, this should be enough, since the Constitution is the BASIS for ALL our laws—and regulations are a mere subset of those laws. Opponents of S. Carolina's bill to allow “constitutional carry” say it will “allow untrained people to carry guns at will.” What is not said it that the same is true of all the ILLEGAL guns out there, already—and their laws do nothing to put a stop to that. In any case, that argument does NOT negate the right established in the Constitution. (Hot Air)

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