Tim Kennedy Makes a Solid Defense of the Second Amendment
There's been a lot of hubbub over gun control and the Second Amendment lately. Lots of chinless runts demanding we fork over our gats or face the consequences You know, because the right to bear arms is racist and for muskets only.
Then, there's Tim Kennedy, who decided to bitchslap said gun-grabbers with a civics/history combo:
Ask Hitler, Castro, Mao Tse-Tung, Stalin, Pol Pot, Idi Amin, or the countless others... if gun control worked for them. Our forefathers did not have a glimpse into the future to know that the Second Amendment would have to protect the weapons we have today. But, they did know governments will always be overreaching. They wrote that beautiful Constitution with the intent of limiting that power. We don’t need guns for hunting, we need them for freedom. Until you have been in a tyrannical, socialist, or anarchist country where violence and genocide can become the norm, you can’t understand why we need guns.
Yeah! Tim gets it!
As Tim says, even though boomsticks are mighty handy when dispatching Whitetails, hunting isn't the reason for the glorious Second. It's all about the balance of power. With the Second Amendment, our government has to think twice before trying to get their tyranny on. Without it, we're defenseless should Bernie Sanders enslave us with his socialist sorcery.
The fact is leftists' arguments about the Second Amendment don't line up with history. They want us to believe it's out-of-date and in need of "reinterpreting." All thanks to the advent of the super scary full-semi-automatic black assault cannons with the 3,000-bullet drum clips. Except, technological advancements are irrelevant.
We get to maintain armaments, no matter how they might evolve. End of story.