David (not verified) | Tue, 03/16/2010 - 2:24am

As God may grant certain rights to us, it must be understood that the preservation and maintenance of those rights is the responsibility of each individual claiming them.

It is apparent that the primary reason for including gun ownership in the Constitution as a right was specifically to allow for protection against government encroachment upon the citizenry.

Locking guns away is a logical expectation in the absence of the owner. But in and around my own home my weapons will always be easier to access than my front door knob is.

If an uninvited intruder makes an appearance with dubious intent, the last thing on my mind will be what the legal ramifications will be because I sent him to meet his maker.

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