Another Thought


On 7 Oct 58,  I took the Oath of Enlistment in the U.S. Navy. As part of that Oath, I swore to “uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

I did not just swear to uphold the Constitution that existed on 7 Oct, but to uphold and defend the Constitution no matter what form it may take in the future.

So, if the constitution changes, I still uphold and defend it.

‘Nuff said on how I feel about that subject.

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But what if we changed the Constitution to overturn or nullify the second amendment?

“Not possible,” you say.  And you are right, it is not possible with this congress.

If Mayor Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Guns and a few other anti-NRA groups get together and elect a Congress that is not beholden to special interests, well, you never can tell what might happen.

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