Friday, December 9, 2016

Concealed /carry Unconstitutional

But not for the reason you might think. It is unconstitutional because it should not be needed, at all. The U. S. Constitution clearly says that the right of the people to bear arms "shall not be infringed." And concealed carry, even though it PERMITS people to carry a gun concealed, applies an "infringement" to the right to be armed, as does background checks, gun-free zones, trigger locks, "safe storage" laws, and all the other fool ideas the anti-gun fools come up with. The Constitution clearly states that the right to be armed "shall not be infringed," and all the works of the anti-gun fools "infringe" on that right. You don't need to ask permission to exercise a right, nor need to fill out complicated forms, nor pay a fee to exercise a right. The Indiana Constitution is also very clear on that, without the "militia" qualifier the anti-gun fools pounce upon in their efforts to make all of us DEFENSELESS against ILLEGALLY armed malefactors. (Indy Star)

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