Because the "Constitution" is a platform for the Federal government to use. I'm saying that the term is still used to inflict what the Fed wishes. Their IRS is legal according to their "Constitution". Well, so are guns. That's what I'm saying. The real Constitution does not provide you the right to have guns in your home unless your state government allows it. You would be considered a member of its state militia. The real Constitution does not in any way mention what the state can or cannot do to regulate your personal use of guns. It only mentions that the Federal government has to maintain the right of each state to defend itself with its own militia. The concept of the Federal government even talking to us about our personal firearms as if they have any right is complete insanity. It goes on because nobody knows the difference anymore.how can you say the nonexistent-Constitution then, in the next sentence say they will never take guns because of the Constitution. in a way your entire post is contradicting itself. if the Constitution was no longer valid then it would not matter what it stated about individuals and State. the government could simply seperate the two terms and do as they wished and take our guns and still collect our taxes.
I misspoke trying to whip out more than I had time to accurately state. Sorry. The "state" is the Federal government in the Constitution. The "individual" is what we call our states. When they say individuals may bear arms, it literally means your state, not you or me. Likewise, an amendment to the Constitution states that the IRS may tax the individual. This does NOT mean you and me. Think about it for a second. The Federal government was created to handle issues that the Federation needed a central body to handle, coordinated defense and arbitration of interstate disputes. Why would the Federal government address me? That's not what they do. They address my state, or Commonwealth actually because my state cooperatively created them to assist in larger matters. A simple rule of thumb is: when the Federal government speaks in any way, shape, or form to you as a single person, you know it is not legal and that it should be stopped immediately. If the Fed wants something, they have to bring it up with the state that you live in, not you.the 2nd admendment to the constitution states seperatly that we have the right to bear arms and a free states right to a militia this appears to me to be two seperate things i do not see where the people are being refered to as a state? and just to be clear im on the same team as you so im not trying to pick on you or target you just entertaining myself
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
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