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Location: Jacksonville, FL
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Originally Posted by StillwaterTownie View Post
Read the first part of the 2nd Amendment. it says, "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State," That part allows taking away guns from people when necessary to maintain the security of a free state. For instance, you wouldn't want anybody in a militia to be allowed to keep his gun should he utter, "I'm sick and tired of you idiots. I'm going to shoot you all." So the 2nd Amendment does allow for infringement for the security of a free state.
It is not an infringement if that person has already given up their constitutional rights by committing a crime which requires their right to liberty to be abrogated. In your scenario, someone saying Im sick of you idiots, Im going to shoot you all has not actually committed a crime unless he is pointing his gun at them when he says it - in which case, having his gun taken away will be the least of his worries.
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