As a gun owner, as an American, as a freedom lover I 100% believe in the Bill of Rights. The question I want to pose to you right now is…are you? Or are you just in it for the parts that you like? If you answered “I am” to the last question…how are you any different than those who want to abolish the 2nd Amendment?
I, for one, thought that critical thinking, especially for those who self-identify as Democrats, was a lost art. Gun-grabbing politicians would have no chance of getting elected if their potential supporters conducted an objective analysis and evaluation of their campaign promises and realized how unconstitutional they were!
No voter should ever be complicit in the act of compromising the Constitutional Rights of another! To do so is simply not American.
However, something has happened that has partially restored my faith in the electoral process. I refer, of course, to the recent movement known as #WALKAWAYCAMPAIGN.COM started by Brandon Straka. In a very short time their membership has grown to more than 210,000 Americans who have left the Democrat Party.
Timeline During the summer of 1787, the U.S. Constitution was written in Philadelphia. On September 17, 1787, the U.S. Constitution was finished. From September through April, 1787-1788, The Federalist Papers …
From September through April 1787-1788, The Federalist Papers were written and published in New York newspapers. These editorials explain the new Constitution, including what the different articles and clauses mean. And they encouraged the people of New York State to ratify the Constitution.