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Weapons are Our Right and Protection

Although this is being played out on the National scene it is also one which effects us here in Montana in a big way. The U.N. wants to have total control world wide over the ownership of firearms. Obama and Clinton are pushing this and telling the U.N. that it will be a done deal. Problem here Evil Emperor President Obama, this is not yours to do. What you want done has to be approved by 2/3 vote of the U.S. Senate. Next, Intergalactic Council U.N. has NO POWER WHAT SO EVER OVER WHAT WE DO ON U.S. SOIL. Neither the U.N. or your puppets followers have the power to take our weapons from us nor to control what type of weapons we may own.
Many non owners fear guns out of not knowing the proper handling of weapons. When properly trained a gun is no danger to the handler nor those around them.
For those who do know the truth about firearms and proper usage and still do not wish to own one, that is their right not to.
Now for some truth about our Constitution where guns are concerned. The Bill of Rights and the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution guarantee us the right to Keep and BEAR ARMS. This IS NOT LIMITED to just weapons for hunting game as some want to make it out to be. Many claim that it is not right for us to own certain weapons because it will put us on the same playing field as Law Enforcement and the Military. GUESS WHAT! That was EXACTLY the intent. So if our own Government gets stupid and we need to defend against it we have the power to do so. What it amounts to, is we like our government have the ability to use force if it becomes needed. Then hope we all do as we should and it never comes to that. In other words detente.
I support the Constitution and the right to own weaponry. Always have, Always will. I own guns myself. I will never support anything which stands in the way of this right. As a Governor of Montana I would veto in a heart beat any legislation which even hints at controlling or taking this right away.
That issue is NON-NEGOTIABLE!

8 Comments to Weapons are Our Right and Protection:

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Security Guard Training on Monday, March 04, 2013 12:59 AM
Really it is right thing you are showing in this blog about self protection but for keeping weapons we have to follow some rules and regulations. So it is not possible for everyone I think. But your opinion about it is really appreciable. Thanks
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Steven Hopkins on Friday, May 20, 2016 3:35 PM
I will never support anything which stands in the way of this right.I support the Constitution and the right to own weaponry.
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Hazel on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 5:42 AM
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