Thread: U.S. Issues 2nd amendment?
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Old 12-26-2012, 07:26 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by bandwagonjumper View Post
So the consensus seems that the right to bear arms is to protect yourself against the a pontential rogue government. Surprisingly the NRA didn't come out with it when there replied to the latest mass shooting.
Because it's inappropriate to say that after a tragedy but they have said it before, as well as for people to defend themselves.
It is the reason the Framers put it in with militia meaning, at that time, the people at large.
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