The End of Gun Control: We’re In Spitting Distance of a Constitutional Amendment — FieldJournals

The End of Gun Control: We’re In Spitting Distance of a Constitutional Amendment http://ift.tt/2g7CfGH Article V of the Constitution describes two ways that the nation’s founding document can be amended. One one of these methods has ever been successfully used: a vote of two thirds of the House and Senate ratify the amendment, and then […]

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There are numerous issues involved with an Article-V. Once the Constitution is opened, there is no government, and there are no laws, not federal, state, or local, as nothing exists. Owning firearms differs from carrying and/or utilizing firearms for either sporting or defensive purposes. It all leads up to this, anything short of, Constitutional Carry & Stand Your Ground, unified as one law and made the Law-of-the-Land, is a complete and total farce. The argument of keeping firearms out of the wrong hands, is half-baked, as there are numerous states that do, in fact, have Constitutional Carry. Those states all, have prisons, so we know there is some degree of crime, but we do not hear of mass murder in those states, so something, is, working. Meanwhile, states such as New York, has a laundry list of gun laws and none are any good, typical of gun laws, but not correcting human behaviors where savages are rewarded. The SAFE Act 2012, of Governor Andrew Cuomo, was eeled up in thirty minutes by, Marxists, and Republicans went along with that treason. Two who helped design that law, Dean Skelos, and Shelly Silver, both were convicted of other crimes and serving time in prison. But then again, George Soros is protected by the governor, as numerous international warrants are in force against that person. If we look at New York City, which has the Sullivan Act of 1911, everyone can see what rubbish it is, because many people have been murdered and killed (there is a difference) since 1911. Plain and simple: Gun laws, do NOT work.

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