Thursday, December 27, 2012

Letter to Marxstein

“I realize this e-mail may be a waste of time and effort, BUT, regarding your announcement of proposed legislation outlawing civilian copies of military weapons, has anyone on your staff considered the horrendous loss of life on BOTH sides, if this legislation is attempted to be enforced?

It was this very same issue which began the American Revolutionary War on the morning of 19 April 1775 when seventy-seven inexperienced men and boys defied the largest, most powerful, best trained, and best equipped army in the whole wide world.

Our right as individuals to keep and bear arms does NOT come from our government, but is an UNALIENABLE right that each individual is born with.

The primary purpose of our divinely inspired Constitution of the United States of America, and Amendment II, is to impose strict limits on the powers of our federal government.

The primary purpose of Amendment II to our divinely inspired Constitution of the United States of America is to guarantee the people, whenever necessary (such as now), will always have the practical means to rise up in bloody armed rebellion against our own government.

That is why ordinary citizens MUST have weapons that are equivalent to the ones used by soldiers and police, whom we may be forced to fight against.”

 John Robert Mallernee
 Comment on Summary of Feinstein's 2013 gun ban legislation