I said how the 2nd Amendment was intended (IMO) and how it should be interpreted.
The 2nd Amendment is from 1791.
The Militia Act you are quoting from is from 1903.
Congress could decide that a fetus is eligible for military service. Or a 12 year old.
If Congress said 12 year olds are eligible for military service, would you think it fine that they carry guns?
Do you always defend what the law says? Or just the ones that further your cause?
I could care less how Congress has decided to prevert the Constitution.
Nor do I care if the SCOTUS goes along with the perversion of said Constitution.
There are tons of ridiculous laws that I do not sgree with.
And Congress forcing every able-bodied adult to do their military dirty work is one of them.
The military should always be volunteer - never a draft.
The last thing I would want is to go into combat with a bunch of draftees who are only there because they have no choice.
The only people that should not have to pass a background check for firearms are active duty military personnel (and cops, etc.).
And I will ask you again - you mentioned falsehood before. Were you accusing me of lying?
Yes or no?