"Shall Not Be Infringed"
“Shall Not Be Infringed”
This is America, we have a Constitution and part of it says:
“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.”
Key here being "SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED". Now, with all they could have said, why would the Framers say that? Is that included with any other Amendment? Is that added to any other Right? Why would they include this in the 2nd Amendment, "Shall NOT be infringed."?
Could it be because they knew, that out of all the other rights, this one, these 27 words out of all the rest, would be the one future Politicians would try to remove, limit and/or change?
The problem most or all opponents of the 2nd Amendment have is interpretation. "It doesn't mean this or that", they say. "It really means this or that", they'll argue. But in reality, it means exactly what it says and says exactly what it means and to make sure no one tries to say otherwise or change it, the Framers added "SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED."
To change, limit and/or take away the 2nd Amendment is unconstitutional, plain and simple.