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But that was 250 years ago, which is such a long time in the history of a country. How can any of those ideas like the right to bear arms, free speech, protection from unlawful search and seizure, etc possibly be relevant today? The founders never fathomed the Internet where speech and ideas could be broadcasted to the whole world instantly from any location. Thus the First Amendment should not apply to the Internet, only news papers and town square meetings. They never envisioned the drug war, thus the Fourth Amendment should not apply to drug related cases, only to the government trying to take your books and commandeer your horses. The brightest scholars, engineers, and inventors of their time never envisioned modern advances in firearms, thus the Second Amendment should not apply to AR15s, only muskets, canons, and warships…Okay, sarcasm off. Canons and warships were the most powerful military arms at the time, capable of killing multiple people very quickly, yet they were still protected for private ownership and people did own them. #historylesson #BillOfRights #secondamendment

But that was 250 years ago, which is such a long time in the history of a country. How can any of those ideas like the right to bear arms, free speech, protection from unlawful search and seizure, etc possibly be relevant today? The founders never fathomed the Internet where speech and ideas could be broadcasted to the whole world instantly from any location. Thus the First Amendment should not apply to the Internet, only news papers and town square meetings. They never envisioned the drug war, thus the Fourth Amendment should not apply to drug related cases, only to the government trying to take your books and commandeer your horses. The brightest scholars, engineers, and inventors of their time never envisioned modern advances in firearms, thus the Second Amendment should not apply to AR15s, only muskets, canons, and warships…Okay, sarcasm off. Canons and warships were the most powerful military arms at the time, capable of killing multiple people very quickly, yet they were still protected for private ownership and people did own them. #historylesson #BillOfRights #secondamendment


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