Monday, June 28, 2010
Please click on the following link to read and analyze the decision:
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
CASE NUMBER: 08-1521
MCDONALD, ET ALII VERSUS CITY OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, ET ALII
The following comment was my published response to this REPORT in the Monday 28 June 2010 issue of the DESERET NEWS newspaper in Salt Lake City, Utah:
I'm glad the Supreme Court of the United States, in Case Number 08-1521, "McDonald, Et Alii Versus City of Chicago, Illinois, Et Alii", has upheld an inalienable right of individual citizens that is guaranteed by our divinely inspired Constitution of the United States.
But, it really doesn't matter what the Court's ruling was.
The bottom line is this:
The right of a private citizen to wear a fully loaded firearm on their person wherever they go is an INALIENABLE right.
The reason that specific inalienable right is guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States, which restricts the powers of government, is so we, the people, will always have the practical means to rise up in armed rebellion against despotic tyrants within our own government.
John Robert Mallernee
Armed Forces Retirement Home
Washington, D.C. 20011-8400"