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And what does it do for people with say one non-violent conviction from 15 years ago to defend their right to live? Absolutely nothing. Seems as though active criminals can still get them, lawful citizens can still get them, the only people disenfranchised are the millions of Americans who made one mistake years ago. The government has told us that even though we are trying to get our rights legally, we have an obligation to die, and/or our friends or loved ones have the obligation to die if we are in mortal danger because we are not allowed to do anything about it. Nice country. I don't remember the 2nd Amendment having a provision stating the right isn't an absolute right.
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