but that poster was correct in the assertion that the Bill of Rights is not a statute. I won't opine as to the source, but the first part is correct. As a constitutional provision, the 2A is superior to statute.
I realize it is hard to grasp, but it simply not true that the Bill of Rights is a set of Statutes!
If statutes is the wrong term for their part in the function in the country, I stand corrected.
I'd be interested to know what term should be used to describe them as part of that document.
When the right to effective self-defence is denied, that right to self-defence which remains is essentially symbolic.
Freedom: Please enjoy responsibly.
Karma. Another word for revolver: because what goes around, comes around!