November 4, 2009
Make no mistake: Our Founders were onto something when they enshrined the right to keep and bear arms as the Second Amendment to our nation’s founding document, the United States Constitution.
Because the Second Amendment is part of our nation’s supreme law, attacking gun rights means attacking the very foundation of the country.
The gun grabbers know they have to deal with this supreme law at some point if they’re going to push their radical agenda through.
And so they’ve decided to rewrite the Bill of Rights to best suit their plans.
That’s right. In an attempt to circumvent our nation’s fundamental law, Barack Obama has rewritten his own version of the Bill of Rights and posted it on the White House website.
According to Obama, “The Second Amendment gives citizens the right to bear arms.”
I don’t know about you, but my right to defend myself comes from my Creator — not from government, not from some bureaucrat or politician, but from my very nature as a human being.
[efoods]I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that redefining a fundamental right as a privilege is a very dangerous path to start down.
A right is inherent in our humanity and can never be taken away.
A privilege can be removed at the whim of one’s rulers.
But the President’s redefinition of our nation’s fundamental law isn’t enough for some anti-freedom zealots.
Gun grabbers in our government-run education system are now seeking to brainwash your children into accepting their anti-gun agenda — also by rewriting the Bill of Rights.
Lesson plans in Garland, Texas, (Texas?! Really?!) now teach the Second Amendment by summarizing as follows, “Amendment 2: We can get permission to own weapons to protect ourselves.”
This couldn’t be any further from what the Second Amendment clearly states!
“The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”
I want you to call the White House and the Garland Independent School District and demand they restore the original language to the Second Amendment.
The White House Comment Line: 202-456-1111
GISD Superintendent Curtis Culwell: 972-487–3023
Tell them you will not stand for revisionist history or the weakening of our nation’s fundamental law. The Founding Fathers wrote it that way for a reason!
National Association for Gun Rights