Sufficiently advanced technology

Apparently sufficiently advanced technology invalidates the Constitution.

It is interesting to note that the Constitution has been referenced and utilized over much of modern America, from the Internet to manufacturing and beyond, yet, when it comes to whether we are allowed to own a taser, suddenly all those other rulings are no longer applicable.  Clearly an agenda is at play here, not necessarily as a conspiracy, but perhaps for another purpose?  Maybe bullet manufacturers fear a market downturn if we are suddenly allowed electrical based weapons?  What happens when I want a damn laser gun?!

 

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About Dan Granot

I chose the Shorter Whitman because of his work, "Song of Myself" and because of my self-deprecating sense of humor. I am under no illusion that I can write successful essays or poetry, but I have been known to write them anyway.

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