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Sent to Olympia today. https://dlr.leg.wa.gov/memberemail/mailform.aspx?chamber=h&district=29&position=2
Dear Washington State Law Maker,The Second Amendment to the Constitution guarantees Americans the uninfringeable right to “keep and bear arms.” In other words, the Second Amendment serves to block the federal government from “legally” taking away the People’s right to own weaponry.America’s founders knew that arms were an essential part of liberty because they are basic tools of defense – defense of life, liberty, and property – needed to preserve a free society.Today Washington D.C. is manifesting what our forebears sought to prevent – a government big enough to disarm the people: consider the Feinstein Weapons Ban, for example, and all of the other arms control bills sitting quietly in the dark. However, we both know that the Constitution stands to show that all of these federal efforts are completely unauthorized because Washington D.C. has no actual authority to debar the individual’s right to own any gun of his choosing at any time without repealing the Second Amendment altogether. Federal gun-control legislation – which stands in opposition to the Second Amendment – is actually not legitimate legislation whatsoever; in fact, the Declaration of Independence refers to such as “pretended legislation.”As a resident of the State of Washington, I demand that you work to pass legislation that would oppose all “pretended” legislation that would limit or destroy the People’s rights protected by the Second Amendment. Our state, must declare all federal gun-control efforts that infringe lawful citizen’s rights to own and bear arms null and void in Washington State. It is your duty to defend the Constitution, especially when those in D.C. will not. Thank you for moving forward on this.Sincerely,Larry J. Killion, WA. LD 29.
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