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Comment: I hate to break it to you...

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I hate to break it to you...

When you went for a DRIVER LICENSE you saw a question which asked:

Are you a US citizen? [ ]Yes [ ]No

You agreed by private contract to operate in the status of a United States citizen. You traded your right to bear arms for a state granted privilege. The constitution protects your unlimited right to contract.

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

It does not state:

... the right of persons operating as government franchises in the office of a United States person ....

... the right of government agents ...

... the right of United States citizens ...

... the right of citizens ...

... the right of Citizens of the United States ...

I hate to break it to all of you persons operating as government franchises ... your individual government agencies will be disarmed because they have no right to bear arms guaranteed or protected in any constitution.