I think Obama is trying to change Second Amendment

2012-10-28T00:00:00Z I think Obama is trying to change Second Amendment nwitimes.com
October 28, 2012 12:00 am

I think this is Barack Obama's 10-point plan to change the Second Amendment:

  1. Ban use of firearms for home defense.
  2. Pass federal laws eliminating your right to carry.
  3. Ban the manufacture, sale and possession of handguns.
  4. Close down 90 percent of the gun shops in America.
  5. Ban rifle ammunition commonly used for hunting and sport shooting.
  6. Increase federal taxes on gun and ammunition by 500 percent.
  7. Restore voting rights for 5 million criminals, including those who have been convicted of using a gun to commit a violent crime.
  8. Expand the Bill Clinton semi-auto ban to include millions more firearms.
  9. Mandate a government-issued license to purchase a firearm.
  10. Appoint judges to the Supreme Court and federal judiciary who share his views on the second amendment.

- Romano "Rocky" Rubino, Highland

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