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The other side of the argument would be that societies which were debarred of their arms, were normally then subject to some sort of genocidal act purported by their governments. <br />
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I think America needs to set the example, and not kneel before the pressure they're currently facing.

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A private citizen's assault rifle offers no protection against a modern government like the USA that has massive armies. Two centuries ago, armed private citizens stood a fighting chance against government. Not anymore. So I say that the 2nd Amendment is rendered outdated by the passage of time.

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Luckily, you are no authority to render any Amendment as outdated or useless. So, life will go on.

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Amendments and statutes get abolished all the time. If the 2nd Amendment did get abolished, there would be precedent for it.

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Why should anyone relinquish their guaranteed and unalienable Constitutional Rights, simply because a fascist-minded few do not appreciate any specific unalienable Constitutional Rights?

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Because there is ample precedent for amending the Constitution - many times. It is just as easy to abolish an Amendment as it is to create it.

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If you believe there is enough support to amend such rights, by all means, attempt to apply proper procedure to do so. However, if successful, which is highly unlikely in this case, prepare for the consequences of such folly.

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Well then lets throw out the first amendment while we're at it? It is outdated too! They didn't have technologies that could spread information at the mind boggling rate that television, telephones, the internet and sky writing can.

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I'm too bias on this one

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