- It is not about hunting, though it certainly protects the right to own the implements necessary for that.
- While the Founding Fathers recognized the right to self-defense, it is not, primarily, about self-defense, though history tells us they certainly saw that as a right.
- It is about the right of the people to have in their possession the means necessary to oppose oppression and tyranny. End of discussion. Period.
Now, can we move on?