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Monday, July 09, 2012

New York Times hosts call to 'get rid of the right to bear arms'


In the end, whether or not Professor Price (and Bill Maher and his guests) like it or not, the Second Amendment is the Constitutional guarantee of the fundamental human right of the individual to keep and bear arms. Amending it out of the Constitution is theoretically possible, but to thwart such an effort, only 13 states would have to resist it. In America, when it comes to fighting tyranny, 13 is definitely a lucky number. And repealing the Second Amendment would still not cancel a right that is, after all, unalienable.

Those who would nullify the right to keep and bear arms had best be prepared to kill--by the tens of thousands--to do it. That's not easy, when the would-be victims are armed. That difficulty is the reason for the Second Amendment. [More]

That's today's St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner. Please give it a look, and tell a friend.

Oh, and if you could spare a digg?

6 comments:

MamaLiberty said...

Something messed up with your link to the examiner article in the picture. I got a 404. The link at the bottom "more" works fine. Might want to check that... :)

Kurt "45superman" Hofmann said...

Yep--it was messed up, alright. Fixed now.

Thanks for the heads-up.

DirtCrashr said...

I think Maher is a seriously confused douchenozzle about the notion or breadth of Tyranny...

Kurt "45superman" Hofmann said...

You'll get no argument from me, DirtCrashr.

Andrew_Beane said...

those who think the Bible supports "self-defense" killing should read "The 'Morality' of Gun Ownership" on Voice of the Christian Worker www.votchristianworker.blogspot.com

Kurt "45superman" Hofmann said...

Mr. Beane, I've never made a religion-based argument for the fundamental human right of self-defense--never perceived a need for such a justification. Anyone who thinks he or she has found a religion-based justification for denying that fundamental human right has twisted religion into evil.