Sunday, December 20, 2015

Shrinking your constitutional rights

Connecticut's Supreme Court deems the state lord and master in decide what arms are appropriate for civilians to possess:

"Coach Collins" picks up on a line from the court's ruling:
As long as our citizens have available to them some types of weapons that are adequate reasonably to vindicate the right to bear arms in self-defense, the state may proscribe the possession of other weapons.
The court clearly overlooks founder's intent. The Second Amendment isn't about hunting or about self defense. It was intended to keep the people sufficiently armed to keep the government in check should said government overstep its bounds.

H/T: Sipsey Street

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