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Well, you are saying pretty much the same thing I'm saying: No one can interpret what any one of them was thinking, nor is it a bit relevant. The words in the document are what now matters.

They all signed up for the whole ball of wax. But they didn't share a single brain, any more than individuals today do. The Amendments are deliberately brief, so that the signers would have less to disagree with.

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Why do you guys continue to talk to that stupid ass? He's dumber than a brick.

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Bobby states have no authority under the constitution to send troops outside borders. You really should research before you open your mouth.

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Interesting point. it leaks like a shot up plastic bottle but it is interesting. Which one of the founding fathers you are talking about did not sign that big old page that contains our bill of rights and the second amendment??? They signed it clearly demonstrating their agreement. No one has to guess what they thought, the "declared" themselves with their signatures. You can speculate and say maybe this or that but their signatures are hard clear facts. The speculation is pure BS.

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The original Amendments were approved by a bunch of guys whose opinions and beliefs were just as diverse as in any other time in history, including the present.

Therefore, to claim an omniscience about a single intent by the founding fathers is wholly preposterous. As Robert has said, it's exactly like saying YOU know what some Old Testament prophet meant by his words, and anyone who disagrees is just wrong.

It matters not that you have heard someone else explain it to you. Whether you are part of a cult of 10 or an actual majority; if you claim to know more than is there, you are simply wrong.

Rather than deluding yourself that you have inside knowledge of a nonexistent consensus in 1790, just settle for the fact that an Amendment amounts to the actual words in the document. No more, no less.

So 5 of 9 Justices may generally lean one way at a given time; next year it may be 3 of 9. That doesn't change the reality of the document. Nine people have 9 interpretations, just as it has always been.

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Booby You see Well regulated militia , by definition ( when the article was crafted) in the thoughts of the writer I might add by his own musings ( writing ), The militia consisted of civilian males who had fit a certain criteria who had trianed for the militia. the militia was not just military personell. Try reading the accounts of people who were there, and understand what thier thought process was then, ( not now). Also try reading about what the actual history was, instead of reading the opinion of some whiny leftist who thinks that the lazy will rise up and take over after Obammy erodes away our constitution.

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Bobby i guess you only see the first part of the definition, I am tired of your willfull deception , as well as pure ignorance. mi·li·tia noun \m?-'li-sh?Definition of MILITIA 1 a: a part of the organized armed forces of a country liable to call only in emergency b: a body of citizens organized for military service 2 : the whole body of able-bodied male citizens declared by law as being subject to call to military service

now that other word you seem to have issues with... organized adjective 1: having a formal organization to coordinate and carry out activities <organized baseball> <organized crime> 2: affiliated by membership in an organization (as a union) <organized steelworkers>

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Fjep:

Oh yeah you know nothing about the national guard.

1) the US president cannot simply deploy a national guard unit. He must first have the state givernor sign them over to the active duty. This the difference between title ten and thirty two orders.

2) a2 doesn't state that the militia isn't the people and as all militias are made up of the people and 2A has the specifics statement that the militia must be well regulated... The requirement of service in the national guard can infact become a requirement to legally own a gun.

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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.

I hope you do see the part that says people, NOT militia. The people are the militia, not the standing army, the right of the people to keep and bear arms , shall not be infringed. What part of NOT BE INFRINGED do you not understand.

Most liberals are idiots, the rest are morons.

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Robert if the NG is the militia, no president could send them overseas. But in fact they are part of the standing army that is why it has been allowed. You really have no concept of the constitution and laws.

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