On the school protests…

J.D. Tuccille at Reason:

Today, some students, teachers, and other Americans who share their views are walking out of classes across the country to call for limits on the right of free assembly. Wait, strike that. They’re walking out of classes to call for further restrictions on protections against unreasonable search and seizure. Nope, that’s not it either. Wait, I have it: they’re protesting for greater regulation of self-defense rights. Yup, there we go.

Yes, I know.

“…b-b-but muh well-regulated muhlishuh…”

Well, for one, the militia isn’t the National Guard. Also, “well-regulated” doesn’t mean bullshit laws that penalize people who haven’t done anything wrong. And finally, grammar and sentence structure are things.

“A well-educated populace being essential to a free state, the right of the people to purchase and read books shall not be infringed.”

Who in the above declaration has the right to purchase and read books?

Well, according to “progressive” “logic” as applied as it is to the Second Amendment, only college professors have that right. Surely I’m not the only one who finds this utterly anathema to the Founding Fathers’ intent.

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One Response to “On the school protests…”

  1. GomeznSA Says:

    Nope, you are not.

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