Personal to Diane Feinstein – It’s a Right to Life Issue

Reference: Fox News Sunday interview of Democrat Senator Diane Feinstein and GOP Sen. Ron Johnson 

Feinstein advocates for disarming Americans
Does it work for Mexico?

Personal to Sen. Diane Feinstein and her fellow Democrat radicals that ignore our Constitution and our Declaration of independence.

Here is the text of the Second Amendment:

“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

From Webster’s Dictionary a definition of infringe: ” to encroach upon in a way that violates law or the rights of another”

Webster has this to say about “encroach upon“: “gradually intrude on (a person’s territory, rights, etc.).”

I know you can read, but do you genuinely understand what I have written?

Since you hold no regard for life, this I know because of your pro-abortion stance, you no doubt hold inalienable natural rights, God-given rights, to self-defense in low esteem. The Second Amendment has nothing to do with hunting and everything to do with preservation of life – self defense.

The past few years since 911 have witnessed massive loss of personal freedom and a massive growth in federal government. If we don’t arrest the erosion of liberty, we’ll be relegated to the dust bin of history as a once great nation that went astray from its foundation.

From Wallbuilders Website:

Federal law establishes September 17 (the day the Constitution was signed in 1787) as Constitution Day, requiring that on that day every school receiving federal funding spend time studying the Constitution. Despite the law, a recent survey

Congressman Mike Conaway (R-TX)
11th Congressional District

found that the majority of high school students had never heard of Constitution Day, and only ten percent could recall any such school celebration the prior year. 16

However, Congressman Conaway believed that not just school students but also Members of Congress and their staff should also study the Constitution on that day, so he introduced a congressional resolution to that effect. When the a committee chairman heard the resolution, he told Mike, “That’s the stupidest idea I’ve ever heard!” – an attitude far too common among many in Congress.

Nonetheless, Mike (and many other Congressmen like him) continues to study the Constitution regularly. In fact, Mike always carries a pocket Constitution with him and each time he reads through it, he writes the date on the flyleaf of the booklet – a practice he began even before he became a Member of Congress.

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