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I see that most people who yell about the second amendment are the same ones who have no problem blurring the lines between chruch and state.
nerdbabe102 nerdbabe102 18-21, F 9 Answers Dec 31, 2012 in Hobbies

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Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!

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I just heard a friend say it a while ago

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Tthe book of Elevation 24:12

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I'm pretty sure its from a Dixie Chicks song

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Sounds right. Thanks for the BA btw

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Youre welcome!

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Not true. Try defending your home without a good weapon when a group of jack-boot thugs are kicking in your door. It's not about separation of church and state it's about a person being able to defend themselves.

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gun control doesn't mean gun ban. you don't need an AK-47 to defend yourself, a shotgun will do just fine.

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You're missing my point. If you're going to defend the constitution than defend all of it.

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I see your point, and agree with it. When the second amendment falls, the rest of the constitution will soon come tumbling with it. The first amendment would be next. That logic has been brainwashed out of the librals and the news media.

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I agree with ur point for sure Nerd! If I WANT an AK, and I've followed all laws and have a clean criminal record, why not?

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because gun rights is the majority of what you hear about on the news if you're one of those people that follows mainstream media.

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I am concerned about the whole Constitution. The intent of the establishment clasues in the First Amendment was to not have the head of state be the head of the church. The words "Separation of Church and State" do not appear in the Constitution. "Separation of Church and State" was used first by Thomas Jefferson in a letter to the Danbury Baptist Association in regards to the leader of the church not being the head of state. <br />
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As for Gun Rights, the 2nd Amendment was designed to protect the people for tyranny. One of the first steps of an oppressive government is to disarm the people.

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Because they feel gun rights being restricted from a hypocritical corrupt government may have some ulterior motive. Their is certainly precedent for that. They don't need to agree with the constitution 150% on all points to advocate the second amendment while trying to undo the first. The constitution has been amended due to public demand many times.

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Weapon ownership & employment rights correlates negatively with state power. A citizenry with restricted/abrogated weapon ownership & employment rights will inadvertantly provide the state with more power. I disagree with your observation expounding that people who defend the second amendment wouldn't mind (or would endorse/support) blurring the lines between church and state.

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There's ALREADY separation from Church and State!

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Yeah, but with people pushing to end that.

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That's part of anyone's constitutional right gurly. If you disagree with something you must get involved to change it! Most just love to complain but do little to change anything.

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let's get naked! and finish this chat in bed :)

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uh...awkward...

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Why are we worried about either of those when our president is epically screwing us all over?

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Still haven't gotten over that election thing, huh? Get used to disappointment because the end is near for the GOP. Two more elections cycles and it is done.

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Because I do not believe he is screwing us over.

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I have to live four more years with disappointment. Doesn't mean I have to sit idly by while Obama ruins the country.

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No one said you had to

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comment was directed at TonyT. Thank you for remaining respectful in your disagreement nerdbabe.

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No problem, respect gets you places!

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When you have nothing to eat, and no place to live, you still won't believe it. The USSR was a great place to live wasn't it.

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Paranoia, that's what I call it.

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...what about our going to bed? :)

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Later

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