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Is it time to get rid of the Second Amendment?


The right to bear arms, does it still make sense in today's world?

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    Anish Patel (Anishpat) 5 years ago

    I agree with you. I don't think it's going to happen any time soon. However, I want to know why (or why not) do American's think that the 2nd amendment still make sense.


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    SportsBetter 5 years ago

    Very well put. Great example.


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    SportsBetter 5 years ago

    Can't have a dictatorship with the Bill of Rights in place.


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    H C Palting (Express10) 5 years ago

    Another thanks to you Peeples for pointing out more succinctly what I didn't :) This world is not a peace-filled place and there are times when deadly force is required just to survive.

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    Anish Patel (Anishpat) 5 years ago

    Can a fire arm defend one against a government that is really motivated to get you if it wants to? I could be wrong but I see a huge mismatch of power right there. Should one also have a right to make a bomb?


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    Attikos 5 years ago

    You mean to say the Californication of Colorado is only skin deep?


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