A Canadian Explains Our 2nd Amendment

Thursday : February 7, 2013  <>  Posted by Frank, 7:08 am e     <>  Print Version

The debate is not about gun ownership nearly as much as it is about destroying the US Constitution.

Its pretty clear….This Canadian understands the U.S. Constitution better than most Americans.

Howard Galganov at galganov.com:

As I’ve written many times . . . the genius of the American Constitution is in its simplicity, understandability and presentation.

For instance . . . instead of the Constitution telling the government what it cannot do, it simply states what the government can do. And if what the government can do is not written into the Constitution, the government simply cannot do it.

What can be simpler than that?

Yet, in spite of this self-evident truth, the LEFT is in a relentless battle against what I believe to be America’s . . . and by extension – the world’s most important Constitutional guarantee.

I believe that America’s Second Amendment is the world’s most important Constitutional Guarantee, simply because America’s strength and FREEDOM is the strength and FREEDOM of the entire world.


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.

We have all been inundated with the LEFTIST propaganda about the Second Amendment. How passing “reasonable” gun laws will not take away the rights of people to hunt.

Please read ONCE AGAIN, those TWENTY-SEVEN words that precede the above paragraph. Does it say anywhere in the text about a person’s right to hunt, or to have weapons for the purpose of hunting?

NO . . . But it does say . . . “being necessary to the security of a free state . . .”

Does it say anywhere within those TWENTY-SEVEN words what type of weapons (guns) the people are allowed to possess? Or does it say . . . “the right of the people to keep and bear arms, SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED”?

Remember what I wrote about what the Founding Fathers intended when they created the Constitution: It was a document that spelled out what the government could do. And if it didn’t say what the government could do . . . IT COULD NOT.




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