that doesn't invalidate MY argument, I'm for both. Also, something in the bill of rights carries more credibility as a right than a SCOTUS decision which was legally questionable at best (even though I am happy with the result).
Originally Posted by evolved
For every person you describe, there is another one who insists to their right to firearms, but insists on denying a person their right to choose.
Situations like this are nothing new.
“They have the guns and therefore we are for peace and for reformation through the ballot. When we have the guns then it will be through the bullet.” - Saul Alinsky, quoting Lenin
“I wanted [Jimmy] Carter in and I wanted [Ford] out,” comedian Chevy Chase would later admit of his mocking Ford impersonation on "Saturday Night Live", “and I figured look, we're reaching millions of people every weekend, why not do it."