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Re: “Felons regaining gun rights

As a felon myself, I understand the right to be protected and all but to be protected from a possible crime is Ludacris... furthermore we lose rights but still have to pay taxes and ssi as well as local taxes county taxes everything you all have to pay to have your "RIGHTS" once you have went to prison and done the time ordered by a judge that he/she deemed fit for the crime our rights should be reinstated or minimum not make us pay taxes which is how the government officials make a living, as well as paying the officers, firefighters and the military to which whom protects you HENCE "THEORY RIGHT TO BE PROTECTED" you can all agree or disagree but the constitution was wrote to protect all of our rights and the longer we allow them to do so the more the constitution is null and void... we as felons can't travel abroad hence "TRAVEL UNMOLESTED" hence "FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT" can't vote which means we have no say to where our tax money is spent therfore becoming only a mere resource for income. This day and age the police are more dangerous to the citizens of AMERICA than the felons are. If we habitually break the law we get life in prison as for the police they get nothing until "WE AS THE PEOPLE" take a stand. Everyone disagree if you like but the"RIGHTS" that you love and cherish so much is just a step away from disappearing completely. A national average shows that 60% or more are felons... why are we as "FELONS" allowing this, why are you whom are not felons allowing this?

If you go to a bar and some drunk hits you or your spouse and you defend yourself "THE GUY FALLS HIS HIS HEAD AND DIES" you are now a "FELON".

In many states you no longer have the"RIGHT TO DEFEND YOURSELF".

in many states you could go to prison for injuring a person that broke into your home, where are your "RIGHTS" then? Hence the "RIGHT TO BE PROTECTED".


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Posted by Michael Bommarito on 03/17/2015 at 6:48 AM


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