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Fjep:

The reserves are the reserve standing army... The national guard are the state militia. You can argue with this fact, but you will not change it... Because it is fact. The states activate their militias (national guard) and hand them over to the federal government.

Your redneck views are pointless to what is done and what has been established as lawful.

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Bobby the supreme court disagrees with your La La land BS. States cannot activate NG for outside their borders, that must be done by the President, and even then the law does not allow militia to be sent outside US borders. The NG is a reserve standing army, not a militia or they could not send troops overseas. All able bodied citizens are the militia. It is written in ever militia act as law.

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Looking:

The amendment states that regulated militias protect the states from tyrrany and that the people have a right to weapons.

It doesn't say civilians. It started with regulated militias and stated how such militias are formed. But it never stated that you the civilian have a right, only you the militiaman have the right to bare arms.

There for if you want a weapon, you must be joined wih a regulated militia. As all regulated militias became the national guard, you must join the national guard to use your second amendment right.

Why am I leaning more left? Because you radical righties are threatening war.

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Nice try bobby , it isn't what the amendment says.....

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Fjep:

The state can't and doesn't send the national guard to war or other nations. The state activates the national guard for state duty, then signs the state activated units over to the federal government to be used in support if the active duty.

The state never sent its national guard anywhere, it signed them over to the federal government. Anyone who serves is a number, a product which is traded. In war that trade is their lives for the goal. Any militia is the same thing, a product to be traded in a time of war or need.

The reason we do not call the national guard the state militia is because the states militias are too limited in fire power for modern day warfare. The tools of war became too exoensive for any man to buy on their own and too complicated to understand on their own.

So the militia became the national guard. The constitution was simply never updated because you are expected to do your homework and read the appropiate documents relating to the national guard and how it was formd.

Either way, a well regulated militia isn't barny and friends, it is a group which answers to state officials, military officers. So unless you are signed up for such an organization and are in good standing with such organization. One can legitly state that you do not have the right to a fire arm.

More over tradition if informal militias being accepted as the states militias came out of the limitations of communications between regions of a state. It was expected that these informalilitias fell under the control of a regulated militia when encountered by the state regulated militia.

Today we have no such limitations there for the informal militias do not count towards the second amendment.

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Be careful now, the touchy man from the north is about to tell you what evil bastids you are for picking on the weakling....

Oh wait, no he wont, he's not interested in your attention ;)

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I was wrong to degrade Bricks like I did.

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Perfect, on behalf of the brick on my desk I demand an apology. You, sir, have offended bricks the world over.

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Perf true, but why are you insulting bricks? They serve a useful purpose.

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Here again, for your perusal and approval, is the 2nd Amendment in its entirety:

"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."

If you add anything or take any part out of it, you're not talking about the 2nd Amendment.

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