Tuesday, January 5, 2016

No one should have to ask permission from the government to do anything that is supposed to be Constitutionally protected.

"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." --Second Amendment

Background checks came about through case law, and though I am not saying I am totally opposed to some background checks (limited), I am saying that such checks are in effect basically asking the government for permission to own a gun. No one should have to ask permission from the government to do anything that is supposed to be Constitutionally protected. Obama's action today is just more encroachment from the Federal government against basic rights. His action to "hire" more agents enlarges the government even more. My negative view of larger government isn't based on any partisan platform, but practicality. Historically, the larger a government becomes the more ineffectual it becomes and it becomes more corrupt as it is unable to police itself. That problem has been there since Adam and will continue as long as man lives connected to that heritage..or, in short, the end of time. 



A great deal of case law is Constitutional over reach. A Constitutional Convention may address some issues, but what really needs to be done is a major purging of SCOTUS case law, in which most was created based on the whims and emotion of the day, rather then the Constitution itself. However, there's a 99.9% chance that will never happen because of the power, it gives to attorneys and lawyers and places judges in "high" places.

--Zorek Richards
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