Rachel Maddow: Rights Aren’t Meant To Be Voted On. That’s why they’re called rights


quote by Rachel Maddow: But here’s the thing about rights-they’re not actually supposed to be voted on. That’s why they’re called rights
use of Rachel Maddow’s words or image is in no way meant to suggest that she in any way supports the content of this post or this blog
post added by Penny Carter @redglitterx

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3 Responses to “Rachel Maddow: Rights Aren’t Meant To Be Voted On. That’s why they’re called rights”

  1. Tom, I absolutely agree. There is no reason to interpret the meaning of a well-regulated state militia! It is about time the states once again regulated these useful and dangerous objects and trained local people in their safety and tactical uses.

  2. I’m glad the Rachel understands how important our constitutional rights, as articulated by our founding fathers. are. The 2nd Amendment, in particular, is so important that it is second only to our right to free speech and religion. There is no need for alteration or reinterpretation of this or any other rights or amendments by the voters or those in power.

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