Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Rise and Shine --- Lawyers, Guns and Money

Good Morning and welcome to Blue Wednesday!

To all those who so kindly threw their guns (so to speak) into the ring yesterday, read this: "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."
It's the Second Amendment to the Constitution. It's been cited here, there and everywhere as the reason why we need to have an arsenal of guns in every home.
Well, I'm not part of a state militia. I don't know of one in Delaware County or the rest of the state for that matter.
We are not under attack by outside forces. We are in a 'Free State' and nobody is trying to take that freedom away.
So, once again, the only thing guns are good for is killing. Use a gun on somebody else, you are a killer. Just realize that and we can move on.


Dannytheman said...

You had one of your best days with this gun position of yours didn't you?
The SCOTUS has ruled many times on the reading of the 2nd amendment. Please do a tiny bit of research, or do I have to do your job for you?
Various accepted English Scholars have also ruled on the sentence.
Honestly? The Bill of Rights was lifted from the already PA constitution. Here in PA we have our gun rights spelled out more specifically. Please look at Section 21 and then read section 22 for your Militia answer.
I hope you are having fun with your 15 minutes...So the readers know, I have offered to discuss via phone or e mail with Vince on his positions. He chose to follow up on day 2 with more of the same.
Main Stream Media Vince...

Pro Christ Pro Gun said...


The right to keep and bear arms is an individual right in both the US and the PA Constitutions. The reason for that right is essentially two-fold: (1) To be able to rise up against a tyrannical government; and (2) to be able to defend against those people on this earth that want to harm you or your loved ones.

You DO NOT have any right to police protection or any state provided protection. Hope you are now clear on that!

C. Scott Shields, Esquire