The Second Amendment: A Symbol of Freedom or an Invitation to Violence?

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  1. tiggers97

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    History proves that freedom from tyranny is always obtained by overwhelming violence of action against tyrants.

    History also proves that freedom once obtained away from tyrants is only maintained by the ability and willingness to inflict overwhelming violence upon subsequent tyranny.

    History is replete with so much waste, death, and destruction... All because of the selfish ambitions of pathetic, small, tyrannical men and women who are never satisfied with having "enough".

    The 2A only invites violence should tyrants attempt to seize upon and deprive a nation of people of their freedom. Sadly, history shows that the two go hand in hand.
     
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    Nice, sharing this. FWIW, to me the second amendment is nothing but a symbol. It doesn't grant me anything that I did not already have an inherent right to already.
     
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    It may be a symbol, but it's also a DECLARATION of an existing right that's as old as the universe itself.
     
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    Exactly.
     
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    Damn good article. Well written. How the heck did that ever get published by Huff Post?
     

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