Government = Gun Rights
Why does Big Government infringe on our right to keep and bear arms?
Because it CAN.
Why doesn’t small government infringe on our gun rights?
Because it CAN’T.
The problem is NOT the abuse of power. The problem is the power to abuse. Take away the power, make government small - and no abuse is possible. Make government small. Eliminate the problem once and for all. The solution is simple, elegant - and it works. Big Government guarantees that our gun rights are never safe. Small government guarantees that our gun rights are always secure.
A: Libertarians always put the Second Amendment first. The Constitution gives the federal government no authority to interfere with the private ownership of guns. Gun control is gun prohibition. I support the Constitution. I will vote for the free ownership of guns by peaceful, law-abiding citizens without exception, every time.
A: There are 22,000 anti-gun laws on the books in America. We need to repeal these laws and make America freer and safer. There is no justification for these unconstitutional regulations. They don’t help anything. They make things worse. They let government infringe on personal liberty and property ownership.
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