Re: You Must Surrender Your Natural Rights



On Sep 22, 1:03 am, Tankfixer <paul.carr...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Constitution of New Hampshire - 1784
Part I - The Bill of Rights
Article 1

III. When men enter into a state of society, they surrender up some of
their natural rights to that society, in order to ensure the
protection of others; and, without such an equivalent, the surrender
is void.

XXIV.  A well-regulated militia is the proper, natural and sure
defence of a state.

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No individual gun right under the New Hampshire Constitution of 1783.
Or under the New Hampshire Constitution of 1792.  Or  1902...

Live free or die.

Prove it

Read it yourself, clodhopper.   "The Federal and State Constitutions
Colonial Charters and Other Organic Laws etc", freely available on
Google Books.

Sorry but it's your claim, YOU prove it.

It's the claim of the framers of the New Hampshire Constitution. Hang
on.

Articles I through III including "when men enter into a state of
society, they surrender up some of their natural rights to that
society, in order to ensure the protection of others; and, without
such an equivalent, the surrender is void" from the 1784 Constitution
of New Hampshire, IS STILL THE FUNDAMENTAL CONSTITUTIONAL LAW OF NEW
HAMPSHIRE.

Show us where any of those documents prohibit an individual right to own
firearms.

On the contrary, New Hampshire since 1982 has provided a perfectly
clear declaration of the right it grants:

"All persons have the right to keep and bear arms in defense of
themselves, their families, their property and the state."

Any questions, SmallPaul? You see, it's easy to expressly grant an
individual right to keep and bear arms. Many states have done just
that since 1791, when the Bill of Rights was ratified...

YET VERY FEW STATES HAVE USED THE EXACT LANGUAGE OF THE SECOND
AMENDMENT TO GRANT A RKBA. and those that have used the language of
the Second Amendment have changed it, either by constitutional
amendment or by statute, when expressing an INDIVIDUAL right to have
guns for self-defense.

Just remember: from 1784 to 1982, New Hampshire's Constitution did not
include an expressed individual right to have guns for self-defense,
although they may have had a state providing the same or similar
abilities to k&ba before then.

But they ALWAYS had the language of their Bill of Rights: "when men
enter into a state of society, they surrender up some of their natural
rights to that society, in order to ensure the protection of others;
and, without such an equivalent, the surrender is void"...

POINT PROVEN!

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