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Old January 14, 2017, 03:06 PM   #17
Metal god
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Is there a place in an argument at the SCOTUS in a case like this to bring up terrorism and how those acts are becoming more and more random . The loan wolf guy is just about anywhere . Is it a worthy argument to even insinuate that as we go about are everyday lives . It's the individual citizen that may need to defend them selves , family and others from random and sudden acts of violence more then any other time in history ? . At least since the revolutionary and civil wars .

Arguing that although maybe not the specific reason the 2nd amendment was added . I'd think terrorism would be a perfect example as to why the founders felt it important the people have the right to keep and bear arms .
If Jesus had a gun , he'd probably still be alive !

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