What is the cost of freedom? That may be up to the individual but for most people in the United States it's the cost of protecting ourselves from the enemy. In this short rant I talk about what the Second Amendment means to me and how I see it. Thanks for your time.
Second Amendment is there. It's a God-given right to protect ourselves. Our military keeping us safe, some giving all. That is the cost of freedom, my friends. "What about the lives, the lives?" If you really care about human life, let's really sit down and talk about what really takes human life.
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Guys, today, real quick, this is going to be a quick rant, I want to talk about the Second Amendment, and I say that it's going to be quick because to me, it's simple, and it's straight to the point. I'm not getting into this whole argument of, "Well, guns kill people" and all this, I'm not going to get into that. And that is that the Second Amendment is there. It's a God-given right to protect ourselves from criminals, from a government gone bad, a tyrannical government. That's it, plain and simple. And that, my friends, is the cost of freedom. It is the cost of freedom. It's that simple, guys. It is the cost of freedom, and we cannot use it as a bartering tool so that we can get another law passed in Washington. No, it's too important for us to be using it that way. We can't use it as leverage. We cannot. And we can't give anything away from it. Not even an inch. We can't... you just... It needs to be left alone.
A lot of people may say, "Well, come on, man. Tyrannical government? Come on, the United States..." The United States has had a great run for over 200 years but to sit here or to stand here and say, "Well it'll never happen to America." It can happen. It has happened. Look at history, guys. It has. We're young, 200 and some years? Guys, come on, there's countries out there that have been around for way longer, and they've lost some of their freedom because they've given away the right to protect themselves. I'm telling you guys, it's that simple, and that is the cost of freedom.
"Well, what about homicides and this and that and the other?" That is the cost of freedom. Our military keeping us safe, some giving all. That is the cost of freedom, my friends. The Second Amendment is there to protect us, so that we can protect ourselves from a crackhead that's walking down the street and wants to steal your property or hurt you because he needs a fix. From a guy who just likes to steal, he has a sickness, he just likes to steal. Or from a government gone bad, plain and simple. Let's go from one extreme to the other. That's it, and everything in between. That's what the Second Amendment is there for.
I'm not gonna make a 10 minute rant. I'm not gonna talk about this for 10 minutes because for me, in my mind, it's plain and simple, and there's no need to. A lot of people say, "Well, what about the lives, the lives?" If you really care about human life, then let's talk about the automobile. Let's talk about abortion. Ouch. If you really care about human life, let's really sit down and talk about what really takes human life.
And people may think, "Well, a gun like that is not necessary." This, and something like that, or "30 round mag is not necessary." Guys, you have to level the playing field. If the enemy has a 30 round magazine, I want a 30-round magazine. And again, who is the enemy? The crackhead, one side of the spectrum. I know, the crackhead may not have a 30 round magazine, but you understand what I'm saying, it's my point. The crackhead, the guy who likes to steal, the carjacker for whatever reason, or a military entity, the government. And I know this is harsh, and this is just straight to the core, but that's just the way I think about things, and that's just the way I feel, and that's the way a lot of people feel.
So that's it, guys. Thank you so much for listening, guys. I know this was short, this was quick, this was to the point, but it's basically...it's not even an argument. It doesn't have to go there. I know it does, and I know people want to extract certain things from certain things, but we're talking about the Second Amendment. We're not talking about an inanimate object, although it does fall into the Second Amendment. I'm talking about the Second Amendment, and it shall not be infringed. And we should not use it again as a leverage tool to get other things done. No.
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Rene Aguirre is the founder and owner of Bravo Concealment. Rene has been carrying concealed on a daily basis for over 8 years and has been a CHL (concealed handgun license) holder for more than 20 years. Finding a high interest in firearms for many years, Rene started Bravo because of the “lack of” a good concealed carry holster on the market.