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Old January 16, 2013, 01:40 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by mayosligo View Post
Nate. They do not require me to have an ID to vote so I do not think I need one to own a firearm. It's the constitution you know.
Voting is not a right.

I strongly suggest that everyone read John Locke - Second Treatise of Government. It's probably the most complete discussion of man's "natural right" to self determine his own government.

It's free on Amazon Kindle I'd you take the unannotated version.

This was a core document to the founding fathers.

It's not a particularly easy read, but this isn't a particularly easy time.

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