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Old 04-20-2013, 09:01 PM   #21
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No one seems to understand the contradiction of the government being able to regulate the laws that regulate them. That is almost equal to my employer letting me decide on my own what my salary will be. The Constitution was written first for a reason. The government was not supposed to have the power to change or delete it. There is no room for ambiguity. The absolute power has corrupted absolutely those that we elected to protect us and they need to be removed.
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Of course they would approve! Military style firearms were EXACTLY the type of firearms that the Founders meant for us to have. This in case we needed to overthrow a tyranical government.
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Well, I only had one, but I don't think he would have thought that an AR was a very manly gun.
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