Friday, August 29, 2014

You may want to actually bone up on the Constitution before you defend it.

It seems that Ammoland took a poll and found a significant percentage of its readers believe that armed revolution is somehow an option.

Once again, From the United States Constitution, Article III, Section iii, states:

Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.
I know you people have serious problems with reading and understanding the English language, but this is pretty clear in its meaning.

As Joseph Story said about this:
The propriety of investing the national government with authority to punish the crime of treason against the United States could never become a question with any persons, who deemed the national government worthy of creation, or preservation. If the power had not been expressly granted, it must have been implied, unless all the powers of the national government might be put at defiance, and prostrated with impunity.
The Second Amendment in no way repeals this section of the Constitution--no matter what your diseased minds may tell you.

While you may wish to believe that "libtards" somehow are the ones destroying the Constitution, you are obviously wrong in that assertion if you support people who would overthrow this nation by force of arms for whatever reason you would go against the government run under the framework of the United States Constitution.

I strongly suggest that you reassess your position on this matter.

Should you find that you still advocate the use of arms against the United States realise that you are a traitor.

Those aren't my words, those are the words of the document you claim to support.

While this song is about Palestinians, I think this applies to right wing assholes who claim to hate Muslims while being willing to wage war against their own nation:

Meen erhabe?

1 comment:

  1. A traitor can work both ways Laci. And that is one of the points that the writers creating the second amendment pointed out, if not the main point. Sure a citizen can be a traitor for standing up against a just a lawful government. But a government who has become unjust and unlawful against the constitution and this country's citizens are the traitors, and is the right of the people to remove them, with force if needed.

    So keep boning up Laci, you have still a ways to go.