Gun ownership is inalienable right
Inalienable rights are those that cannot be taken away. The Bill of Rights states that the right of the people to bear arms can not be taken away by anyone. The dull-witted elite would say that a total ban on guns is the answer. The minions who want gun control are playing on people's fears by finding an endless supply of bogeymen to feed the fear. If you really think confiscation of guns is the answer, you probably fall into one of two categories of infinity described by Albert Einstein who stated, "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the universe."
These gun abolitionists thought that when Florida passed a concealed carry law years ago that there would be a gigantic version of the OK Corral. The same people who believe gun control is the answer make the false assumption that because there is a law, people will obey it. The passage of time has revealed their infinite stupidity.
For another comparative to preventing the people from obtaining guns being a workable solution, take a look at the War on Drugs and tell me how well that is working. Let me will help you with that answer: It doesn't work.
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I do not believe for a minute that the attention of the Supreme Court's Gang of Nine to this issue is a good thing for gun owners. The current brood of weasels has already ruled the duty of the police is to neither protect nor serve the people, but to enforce the law. Another outstanding decision these pontificating gas bags made in regard to the 2000 presidential election gave us the current Idiot in Chief. That sure has worked out well with $4-a-gallon gas, thousands of dead American soldiers and a wrecked economy. Thanks.
Is anyone so duped as to believe that the U.S. government, which is committed to a police-state structure, mass murder, torture, illegal imprisonment, foreign wars and the annihilation of world economies, foremost being our own, is going to roll over and acquiesce to a 200-year-old piece of parchment? When the right to gun ownership is trampled into the ground, the rest of our inalienable rights will soon follow.
Leave that dog alone
Regarding the Confederate flag: I've always heard it's best to let a sleeping dog lie. It will eventually die of hunger. But, invariably someone comes along and kicks it. Awakened, it growls and another tosses the mutt a bone to gnaw on. Probably both kicker and feeder feel a need for raison d'etre, and perform their ministry fearing they too may face a similar fate.