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Another good 2A essay...from an immigrant!

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How many times do people from other countries, other socialist 'Utopias,' need to tell the mouth breathers in this country how good we have it before they understand?

Why is it the people that legally immigrate to the US from despot locales have a better command of the English language than native speakers?

"If I were to say to you, “A well-educated population, being necessary to the productivity of a free state, the right of the people to read and write, shall not be infringed,” would you take that to mean that people can only read and write if doing so is in service of the state? Or only because the State desires a well-educated population?"


"Amendment Two reads:

“A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”

It is very straight forward.

It uses the words, “right of the people” a term that appears several times in the Bill of Rights. These other appearances of “right of the people” in the Bill of Rights are universally interpreted as protecting individual rights.

The phrase “right of the people” appears in the First, Second, Fourth, Ninth, and Tenth Amendments.

Yet we are asked to accept the fallacy that only in the Second Amendment, does this phrase mean something completely different than what it means in the First, Fourth, Ninth and Tenth."

AMENDMENT TWO: A LEGAL IMMIGRANT’S CAUTIONARY TALE by Anonymous | VolkStudio Blog


Good read! And my questions above are rhetorical.
 
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