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Old 01-11-2013, 11:31 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by cosmo20002 View Post
I ****ing asked like 5 times if you thought the 2nd Am guaranteed a private, personal right to a nuclear weapon and you dance around with all this stuff about militias and where the nuke is kept.
Nope. I did not. There's no mention of any adjective of "personal" or "private" just a "right to "bear" and "keep." You narrowed it down when the Framers didn't do that. Of course, it allows private and personal too. I explained how the nukes apply. You are incapable of understanding what I posted.

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If I asked about a basic hangun, you would have said "Yes." When I ask about typically military-level weaponry, you start babbling. I get it--you're afraid to admit that there are ANY restictions allowed by the 2nd Am.
Nope. I didn't.
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