Text of the 2nd Amendment
A well regulated Militia,
being necessary to the security
of a free State,
the right of the people
and bear Arms,
shall not be infringed.
You want to bear arms?
Join your states Militia!
One must believe that if anyone adds to, or subtracts from to this amendment,
the Bill of Rights should then become null and void!
Just because one party had
stacked the “Supreme-Court”
Should be no reason or right to change our forefathers, Bill of Rights or the Constitution of the United States of America?
Sen. Nelson files gun control bill
In the wake of the mass shooting in Orlando, a
U.S. Senator from Florida has filed a measure that he believes
the National Rifle Association could get behind.
(Senator Bill Nelson is getting senile,
because the only thing that the
NRA is willing to
is more killing and the sale of
weapons of mass murders)!
The only thing positive so far from this horror,
is that a few senators finally seem to be hearing
the screams of the country!
Refine the debunked laws!
June 15, 2016 12:40 PM EDT
Connecticut senator leads Democrats in gun control filibuster
Democrats are seeking a vote on two measures: one that would bar those on FBI watch list from buying firearms and another to require background checks
Chris Murphy speaks on the floor of the Senate
in Washington on Wednesday.
Wednesday 15 June 2016
Democrats on Wednesday mounted a filibuster on the Senate floor to urge action against gun violence, days after the terrorist attack in Orlando, Florida, marked the deadliest mass shooting in US history.
The talking filibuster was led by Chris Murphy, a senator for whom the issue has been deeply personal since the 2012 Sandy Hook elementary school massacre in his home state of Connecticut.
Democrats are seeking a vote on two measures in the wake of the Orlando shooting: one that would bar individuals on the FBI watch list from being able to purchase firearms and another to require universal background checks.
“I’m going to remain on this floor until we get some signal, some sign … that we can get a path forward on addressing this epidemic in a meaningful, bipartisan way,” Murphy said.
At least seven Democrats protested alongside Murphy, who began speaking at 11.21am on Wednesday amid a debate over an unrelated spending bill. The appeal was also given a stamp of approval from presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, who tweeted: