Thursday, January 11, 2018

It's Unconstitutional!

The federal district court recently ruled that requiring applicants provide a “good reason” before being issued a carry permit is in violation of the Constitution—which is absolutely right. The Constitution clearly states that the right to be armed “shall not be abridged” for ALL Americans. Requirements such as this ARE an “abridgment” to that right. Back when I applied for a permit in Indiana (back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth), they had that requirement, which I easily met. But I shouldn't have had to meet it. Being non-political then, I didn't realize how my rights were being violated, as it is with most people who “pay no attention to politics.” But it is still a violation of citizen's rights, and Washington DC should realize that more than anywhere else. They'll probably appeal that decision, because anti-gun politicians aren't too bright, But they'll probably lose, in the long run. Anti-gun politicians usually do because theirs is a MINORITY position, as it should be. (Washington Times)

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