FUCK YEAH INDIANA
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>Indiana is passing a law that blocks the feds from regulating guns in Indiana. Many other states are doing the same.
It only applies to firearms manufactured in Indiana and stay within our borders, but it's a start. A statement to the feds, if nothing else
I also heard that Indiana passed a bill that clarifies the milita part in our state constitution that designates all 18+ citizens as inactive militia, unless they are exempt from service.
That means that if the 2nd Amendment only applies to militia, any adult in the state can still own weapons
>Section 1. A militia shall be provided and shall consist of all persons
over the age of seventeen (17) years, except those persons who may be
exempted by the laws of the United States or of this state. The militia
may be divided into active and inactive classes and consist of such
military organizations as may be provided by law.
Power of the People
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People who say the people of the United States couldn't rebel against their own government are fucking retarded. Think about it this way:
2010 demogaphics show that there are around 2310000 people in the military (this is including reserves)
Gun ownership in America is at about 47% for adults. Census bureau states that there are 237744632 legal adults in America right now. 47% of that is 111739977 people. Let's be generous here, lets say that only 10% of those gun owners are people are willing to fight to preserve their rights. That's 11173997 people, and let's also assume that every single person in the military owns a firearm. That leaves us with roughly 8800000 people ready to fight for their freedom.
This is under the assumption that every single person in the military wouldn't question Obama's orders, and is a fighter not some military pencil-pusher.
Now lets not get tied up on the semantics of the numbers here, this is just a vague example meant to give you somewhat of an idea of what i'm thinking. Give or take 3 more million just to make up for statistical inaccuracies (people who can't purchase, people who don't own rifles, etc.) it's still a huge number.
I see a lot of libfaggots going:
THIS ISN'T IRAQ, the military can't just bomb shit to hell, if the resistance was meshed within society they would need people on the ground, they couldn't just light up entire cities with innocent Obama zombies in danger.
To be honest with you guys i'm not a big gun owner, I own two pistols and I feel like that is adequate to protect me from my main worry which is a robber. I'm not sure how I feel about the events going on now, I just know that the 2nd amendment was put there for a reason and we shouldn't doubt for one fucking second that our government has ultimate control over us.
Thanks for reading.