A question by a WACO…
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What paradigm was used to decide that a well regulated militia meant that every nut had a right to own a gun?
Every state has a well regulated militia called the National Guard. It was called the Minutemen in the days of the framers.
The Answer by Constitutionalists…
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That is incorrect, and shame on you for being a well-aged American who is so woefully misinformed, the United States Nation Guard is not under Federal Control but it is controlled by the Governor and State Government Officials of their respective States, which establishes those soldiers a part of a government, not an every day citizen. In fact, there are special groups (as a matter of public information) who’s job is to police the citizens of it’s state if the need arises.
A militia has a clear definition across the globe as a military force of civilians to supplement a regular army in an emergency. We can all agree that a tyrannical system of government enforcing hostile actions in America is a national emergency requiring the continued arming and training of all Americans to defend themselves and provide an effective response.
To let your guns and your guard down when we are the keepers of the free world is treasonous, making you not only a traitor to your country, but to your people.
Like I said, at your age you should be ashamed to ask that question. Also, this has been ruled upon by several Supreme Court justices including one citing “The right of the citizens to keep and bear arms has justly been considered as the palladium of the liberties of a republic; since it offers a strong moral check against usurpation and arbitrary power of rulers; and will generally, even if these are successful in the first instance, enable the people to resist and triumph over them.” — Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story of the John Marshall Court
If you choose to surrender your guns, you deserve to be a servant.
Get some. https://www.usCrow.org/
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