Comment: The Constitution would have

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The Constitution would have

The Constitution would have never been ratified without the Bill of Rights; which are the ``Among These" defined in the Declaration of Independence defining ``Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness".

One of many inalienable rights abuses listed against King George in the Declaration of Independence was:

"He has affected to render the military independent of and superior to the civil power."

If having a military power superior to civil power was an abuse of an unalienable right then, it is an abuse of an unaleinable right now. They established the second amendment to prevent that abuse from ever reoccurring.

The People nor the Government have the power to change or abolish inalienable rights. They cannot be given away, taken away, sold or transferred.

Check out the link below; it's an absolute must read. If you don't have time to read it now, save the link and read it when you have the time. You'll be glad you did...I sure was!

http://www.pacificwestcom.com/independence/