At least we settled that.
People who judge others by their professed beliefs are the gullible and naive. You judge people by their actions. And the Founders - when they had the responsibility of government directly upon them - took actions that flushed those professed beliefs and flushed them where they rightly belonged.You apparently understand that no one who believes in a natural right would ever write the 2A to allow all sorts of infringements. But you cannot get around the fact that your interpretation of the 2A and the clauses of Sec. 8 are completely contrary to the belief system of the founders and thus your interpretation is without any merit whatsoever
So when do you stop judging people by their beliefs Turtle and start judging them by their actions?