interpretation

The phrase ‘shall not be infringed’ is pretty clear. There is no hidden meaning or slang involved. It means what it says. No part of it is ambiguous.

If you think it implies ‘sometimes’ or ‘in some places’ you’re wrong. It’s not racist or sexist.

If you think it needs a decision or interpretation you’re wrong. It was decided long ago.

If you’re a Judge and you decide in your official capacity that it is ok to infringe something that shall not be infringed you’re doing your job wrong.

If you’re a Legislator and you decide in your official capacity that it is ok to infringe something that shall not be infringed you’re doing your job wrong.

If, in any capacity, you attempt to enforce a decision to infringe something that shall not be infringed you’re wrong.

If you swear an oath to not infringe something and then attempt to infringe it you’re doing your job wrong on purpose.

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Posted on February 27, 2010, in constitution, firearms. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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