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donhamrick said...

REPLY TO hotdiggity

LOL. Let me know what you think about your delusion when you get shot at or witness a drive-by shooting with the shooter using an AK-47; or when sleeper cell terrorists deploy in major cities in machinegun attacks on the population. There's more than one definition for "invasion" in the Constitution.

February 11, 2010 at 4:48 a.m.
donhamrick said...

Every single one of y'all objecting to this guy's firearm don't fully understand the Four Corners Doctrine of Constitutional interpretation.

The Second Amendment is a vital function of the Common Defence Clause in the Preamble to the Constitution of the United States.

ANY firearm designed for personal carry that functions for personal safety, security, and self-defense, even a pistolized AK-47, also functions for the Common Defence under our Constitution to keep the State and Federal Government within the limits of the Constitution. Hence the Domestic Tranquility, the General Welfare, and the Blessings of Liberty clauses in the Preamble.

Can't y'all see behind this story that "law enforcement" does NOT want the American people exercising the "FULL SCOPE" of their rights under the Second Amendment?

Part of the "FULL SCOPE" (i.e., the Swiss or Isreali Model) of the Second Amendment is the Ninth Amendment right and the Tenth Amendment power reserved to the People to keep and carry fully automatic machine guns in intrastate and interstate travel if we were allow to such constitutional freedoms.

Severely restricting the Second Amendment also means a greater nullification of the Thirteenth Amendment's prohibition of slavery and involuntary servitude because we grow more dependent on GOVERNMENT PERMISSION to exercise our rights. That then becomes a delusion of freedom.


February 11, 2010 at 1:52 a.m.

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