• Petitioned The United States Government

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The United States Government

Protect and uphold the 2nd Amendment

    1. Petition by

      John Williams

      Louisville, KY

Each and every amendment in the Bill of Rights is important, but the the Second Amendment is the most important because it guarantees that the others will not be taken away. Once the right to own firearms is eliminated, eliminating all other rights (such as the Freedom of Speech) will be a piece of cake. If that happens, what are you going to do? Protest? You certainly can't resist. All you can do is watch it happen. The Second Amendment is our insurance policy against this. It's been working quite effectively for over 200 years.

To:
The United States Government
Protect and uphold the 2nd Amendment

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • James Stubbs MAGEE, MS
      • 5 months ago

      Without this right we are no longer a free people .

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    • Stephen Childres MOUNT OLIVE, MS
      • 5 months ago

      Because an unarmed population isn't free it's imprisoned.

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    • Michael Cortes ERIE, PA
      • about 1 year ago

      It's our constitutional right to keep weapons to prevent tyranny. We can't side-step freedom for safety. If you really want, use the process to repeal the 2nd amendment.

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    • Christopher Breton ST. PETERSBURG, FL
      • about 1 year ago

      I am attorney who believes in protecting every amendment to the United States Constitution. No one amendment is to be weakened. No one amendment is to be narrowly construed. This is the basis upon which our very country was founded. Do not attempt to take any of our rights away.

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    • James Rawlings BRISTOL, TN
      • over 1 year ago

      Because it is our god given right to self preservation.

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