The Second Amendment: What It Says and What It Means

I love Bill Whittle.  I believe that he is one of the best conservative communicators on the web today.  I don’t make time enough to keep up with his prodigious output, and that is a poor reflection on me.  Today, I found this video on the plain language of the Second Amendment.  I don’t need to comment on it as it stands on its own.  But I want to repeat a point that will be made in the video.

A well-schooled electorate, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and read Books shall not be infringed.

To hear a liberal gun control advocate tell it, this would restrict access to books only to people with a certain level of schooling – which, of course, could only be gained through rote memorization.  You certainly can’t learn it from books, because that would be illegal!!  At least until you passed the test.


Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

8 thoughts on “The Second Amendment: What It Says and What It Means”

  1. What you need a book for? Government has plenty of teachers to make sure kids learn the right thing.

      1. Well there is a reason he is part of Team Cuckold.

        I wonder if he sits around the house some days drinking cheap whiskey, thinking of her and listening to:

        Or does he just keep singing Happy Birthday in the dark while thinking of his ex-wife getting RAILED by some other guy(s).

  2. Actually, some folks really want all of the Bill of Rights watered down or eliminated. The phrase "why do you need?" is based upon the notion that others can prejudge your ability to spend your own money on anything you wish. Substitute "44 oz sodas" or "big SUV" and it's all the same to some folks.

    The book comparison is strong. Of course that gives the impression that the left is pro book and the right is anti book, but nobody would believe that, right?

  3. Leftists...

    "Everything I don't like should be banned.

    Everything I do like is a human right -- and, should be forced (unconstitutionally) upon others -- and, must be paid for by others, as well."

    The Party of Feelings.


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