Closing Thought–16Nov20

Do you have a right to own a gun?

*****Before the insults and bullshit starts…..this short video is provided as an educational opinion on the debate that has been raging for decades…..I am not advocating one way of the other……so please keep the lameass insults to yourself*****

I have written about this subject several times from social perspective to my theory of why historically…..

I offer this video as a way for a conversation to begin…a real conversation…..not some slug-fest of insults and lies….

 
I also include a few other videos as to keep the interest alive…..
 
One more and after that you may go back to sleep….
 
 
But in case you are interested in my historic perspective…..https://lobotero.com/2013/01/30/why-the-2nd/
 
 
Be Smart!
 
Learn Stuff!
 
I Read, I Write, You Know
 
“lego ergo scribo”

6 thoughts on “Closing Thought–16Nov20

  1. I’m not sure which side of the fence this fellow is leaning, but essentially I agree in principle to what he said… although I lean the interpretation as being the public can own guns to serve in a local militia if necessary. Regardless, I will always surrender to any SCOTUS interpretation and they have established ownership is a right outside a militia. That being said, he rather glossed over the D.C. vs. Heller case. The decision did a whole lot more than he mentioned. I think the argument is a lot less about actual ownership and a lot more about regulating use, type, and ownership in some fashion, for the public good… and whether any of that regulation will have some intended effect to the public good. Tough compromise when one side presumes the other side wants to “confiscate” weapons entirely and that any attempt to regulate gun ownership is a step in that direction. There’s the wall.

  2. Though the most heavily regulated Constitutional Right, of course there’s a Right for the Citizen to keep and bear arms…not only due to settled law, but also the Unorganized Militia, per 10 U.S. Code § 246.

    I know why this keeps coming up amongst political discourse, but I really can’t see why this Right is still challenged.

    1. Why not challenges are happening on several…..first, 14th come to mind. Until it is adequately define the challenges will c0ntinue. chuqchuq

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