Hawaii signs resolution to repeal the Second Amendment

Promoted from the diaries by streiff. Promotion does not imply endorsement.

Five more names can be added to the list of nobodies who want to take your guns.

The Senate of the State of Hawaii just passed a resolution asking the United States Congress to repeal the Second Amendment or to amend it by clarifying that the right to bear arms is a “collective” right instead of an “individual” constitutional right, as the Supreme Court decided in Heller.

Prior to the Heller decision, some Courts of Appeal upheld state and local gun control laws that created a total ban on the mere possession of firearms on the premise that the Second Amendment did not protect an individual right to keep and bear arms, that it instead protected a state’s right.

In effect, if the right to bear arms is nothing more than a collective right of a state, then the state government gets to decide what it will allow you to be armed with, or if it will allow you to be armed at all.

At least they’re attempting to do this the constitutional way, and they likely will not be successful, but they’re no longer attempting to hide their intentions anymore.

Below are the Hawaii State Senators who want to nullify the Second Amendment (h/t Hawaii Firearms Coalition):

Senator Stanley Chang
phone: 808-586-8420
fax: 808-586-8426
[email protected]

Senator Karl Rhoads
phone: 808-586-6130
fax: 808-586-6131
[email protected]

Senator Rosalyn H. Baker
phone: 808-586-6070
fax: 808-586-6071
[email protected]

Senator Dru Mamo Kanuha
phone: 808-586-9385
fax: 808-586-9391
[email protected]

Senator Laura H. Thielen
phone: 808-587-8388
fax: 808-587-7240
[email protected]