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Is carrying a gun part of the

Is carrying a gun part of the government job? I would think that when 5PM hits and you take off your civil servant hat and slide down the dinosaur on your way out of the office, you would assume your role as one of the people again and enjoy all your rights as anyone would.

However, as a civil servant you are bound by your oath (if your job requires one probably does if you are required to carry a gun)to the Constitution to defend it from enemy both foreign and domestic and to ensure that the rights of the individual people of the country are not violated or infringed. Sadly, many of the 9000 cops in Boston have forgotten this important piece of their contract with the people.

The Constitution exist to restrain the government and therefore does not apply equally to the civil servant while working as a government agent and the free people of the USofA.

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