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Bob Ragen
06-28-2010, 4:02 PM
Did a search and did'nt see anythiny like this, so here goes. Lets proclaim today and every June 28th 2nd Amendment Day in celebration of SCOTUS's decision.

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demnogis
06-28-2010, 4:12 PM
Did a search and did'nt see anythiny like this, so here goes. Lets proclaim today and every June 28th 2nd Amendment Day in celebration of SCOTUS's decision.

We should be celebrating and exercising our rights daily. Especially 2A.

But the day you're looking for is July 4th :) Bust out the BBQ, Roast Beast and the AR!

Paragun
06-28-2010, 4:13 PM
It's marked on my calender!!

:cheers2::79::grouphug::jump::party:


Call it :happybday: 2A!

ZombieTactics
06-28-2010, 4:16 PM
I dub this day "June Two-Eighth" (2Ath) ... a phonetic play on the fact that it is the 28th of June and that the 2A was incorporated/affirmed.

Bob Ragen
06-28-2010, 4:18 PM
I like it!

Dangerpin
06-28-2010, 4:28 PM
I dub this day "June Two-Eighth" (2Ath) ... a phonetic play on the fact that it is the 28th of June and that the 2A was incorporated/affirmed.

Well done and happy 2Ath!

Bob Ragen
06-28-2010, 4:45 PM
As a CCW holder I do and always have.

We should be celebrating and exercising our rights daily. Especially 2A.


But the day you're looking for is July 4th :) Bust out the BBQ, Roast Beast and the AR!



Your right the 4th of July is the original, June 28th would be an re-affirmation holiday. Hopefully someday another day off work paid.

taperxz
06-28-2010, 4:48 PM
July 4th is Independence day!!

bill of rights as followed

The Bill of Rights is the name by which the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution are known.[1] They were introduced by James Madison to the First United States Congress in 1789 as a series of articles, and came into effect on December 15, 1791, when they had been ratified by three-fourths of the States. An agreement to create the Bill of Rights helped to secure ratification of the Constitution itself.[2] Thomas Jefferson was a supporter of the Bill of Rights.[3]

So lets go ahead and have a 2A day!