The right way to fight gun laws

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You are forgetting the concept of “Civil Disobediance”. Many of the laws on the books today are unconstitutional, they just never make it to be judged in the Supreme Court and lawmakers know this, and know they can get away with it. It’s just another symptom of the downfall of society.

Until the Second Amendment to the constitution itself is actually amended, many gun laws passed will be unconstitutional. The end run around the constitution is usually described as “the new laws can stand side by side with the old laws”. No, they cannot. You cannot have your cake and eat it too. The master law itself must be changed. This is why we have so many redundant laws on the books, gun related and otherwise.

I think we should all be more concerned why Janet Napolitano and the department of Homeland Security has issued a purchase order to buy 1.62 BILLION rounds of ammunition. Not the military, the DHS! What do they need with 1.62 BILLION bullets?

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