Why We Have the Second Amendment

This is part of a story from China:

On Monday Wei happened on a confrontation in the central Chinese province of Hubei between city inspectors and villagers protesting over the dumping of waste near their homes.

A scuffle developed when residents tried to prevent trucks from unloading the rubbish, Xinhua said.

When Wei took out his cell phone to record the protest, more than 50 municipal inspectors turned on him, attacking him for five minutes, Xinhua said. Wei was dead on arrival at a Tianmen hospital, the report said. CNN

A man was beaten to death by government officials. Imagine being in DC protesting the war or protesting the anti war idiots when 50 members of our government show up and beat you to death.

An unarmed citizenry is a held in slavery by those in power. Our founders ensured that our right to keep and bear arms was clearly communicated so that we could defend ourselves from invaders and from a tyrannical government.

If government officials tried this in America they would soon find themselves on the business end of a firearm.

Big Dog



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One Response to “Why We Have the Second Amendment”

  1. Rosemary says:

    Here, here! We also need a well informed citicenry who should be the only ones allowed to vote. It used to be that way. That way, California would vote for what was best for the USA and California, not this bullcrap we have now. You also needed to have a vested interest (own property) so that when the issue of taxes came up, more than 10% of the population would be paying them!!!