2nd Amendment Clumsily Written

Posted: October 19, 2013 in Morgan Claims 2nd Amendment Clumsily Written, The 2nd Amendment Issues

Once again Piers Morgan, an immigrant, has decided to call for a national convention to rewrite what he claims is the clumsily written 2nd Amendment. What a fool. It is amazing what liberalism does to the mind.

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Piers Morgan: The Second Amendment was clumsily written, it’s time for a debate to rephrase it

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Piers MorganCNN host Piers Morgan is well known for his outspoken anti-gun stance and is hardly a supporter of the Second Amendment. But Morgan took a shot at the Founding Fathers on Friday, saying the Second Amendment was “clumsily written” and calling for a debate to rephrase it.

Morgan spoke to an audience at the National Press Club and discussed his new book, “Shooting Straight: Guns, Gays, God and George Clooney.” The CNN host has gained notoriety for calling for more gun control, especially since the shootings in Aurora, Colo., and Newtown, Conn., and Morgan didn’t disappoint, addressing what he says is the evolution Second Amendment and the Constitution.

“That to me shows you how clumsily worded, and I say that with great respect for the Founding Fathers, that Second Amendment was,” he said. “The comma in the middle is perhaps the most dangerous comma ever written because it can be interpreted in different ways.”

The comma Morgan references creates the clause: “being necessary to the security of a free State.”

He pointed the evolution of the Second Amendment, saying when written by the Founding Fathers, it meant not the right to bear arms “in their own lives,” but to bear arms as part of a well-regulated militia. But, as the NRA rose to prominence in the 1970s and 1980s — when “very right-wing people took over” — and President Ronald Reagan took office, the Second Amendment was redefined. . .

Source: http://redalertpolitics.com/2013/10/18/piers-morgan-the-second-amendment-was-clumsily-written-its-time-for-a-debate-to-rephrase-it/

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