Kevin Tully – Veteran Stands Up For 2nd Amendment At Chicago Anti-Gun Forum
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[Kevin Tully – Veteran Stands Up For 2nd Amendment At Chicago Anti-Gun Forum]
You just equated gun owners to Nazis.
If you don’t like that write it down. We’ve given you command…
You should write that.
You defending that?
You call rights citizens to Nazis.
[Bill Jenkins] Source: LYBIO.net
Please be quiet. And this is not your turn to talk. You got the point. If you don’t have the educational meaning, you can have one of your once, it shows up and that’s fine. Right now…
We are the ones who showed up for yours?
Yeah, we showed up for yours?.
The Second Amendment in the Bill of Rights.
Is that why are we getting tyranny.
Doesn’t matter why they included it. The question is, do we want it, do we need it now? And is there a problem to tell you (Inaudible).
Why are you standing up?
I’m standing right now and I would like to agree with the professor. Everyone standing in this room right now, especially the veterans in this room right now know that we are all Americans. The problem with this country right now is it’s us (Inaudible).
We need to stop this crap. Now, the thing I would like you to answer is, sir, and I did go to war for this country.
[Kevin Tully] Source: LYBIO.net
Whether it was for everyone in here’s ability to have oil and gas in their cars, or the banks, or whatever. I went to war for my country.
And I went to war for your ability to have The First Amendment, to say what you stood up there, and said today, write what you want and write in the newspaper, and have whatever opinion you want to have. You can practice whatever religious freedoms you want. I would like you to answer the question. Since you just said that, one of the rights that I went to war over to defend, that is inalienable, to every American citizen. If this discussion was going on, about your First Amendment rights, would you still have the same opinion that we don’t need that any more either?
It doesn’t matter.
You didn’t hear my answer.
I did hear your answer?
No, he did.
You said Second Amendment no longer matters, we might not need it right now.
Oh, it’s not what I said.
The question is…
[Cross Talk] YES YOU DID!
[Lee Goodman] Source: LYBIO.net
You take what were the reasons for The Second Amendment at the time was adopted and I said. “it doesn’t matter what their reasons are. What matters is whether or not it’s relevant today.” That’s the answer…
It’s an eternal truth, an eternal truth, needed in all time.
When they consider any part of the Constitution, any law, they’re going to say, “what does it mean today?”
No, no, no. Not at all.
Let the man speak.
[Kevin Tully] Source: LYBIO.net
The threat of tyranny, today, is no less than at the turn of the century in like the 1900, or 1800, or 1700!
Here’s what I tune for Indiana River density.
That’s what we are.
That’s what I think the NRA really is.
You don’t care about nothing, but yourself.
It’s the hardest thing enduring my heart…
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