False choice presented; inanimate objects aren’t responsible for the acts of terrorists, and…
Jeff Rosenberg
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I don’t think this is a matter of taking away any constitutional rights, but to modify them in accordance to the world that we now live in, making sure that the people that own the weapons are responsible, capable citizens. In reality when the constitution was written, the second amendment was necessary because we were a young country with no military to protect the original states (colonies) or law enforcement agencies to protect the population. Also, the fact that at any moment a bear or a wolf could had break through your front door and kill you, definitively a “dutch oven” wasn’t the solution for that either (LOL). My point is that we have “evolved” as a society and as a nation, and I think the same way, the interpretation and implementation of the constitution needs to evolve.

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