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Hopefully this is not continuously tracking your car and sending details of every minute of your travel to Verizon.
If you want to know where grandpa is, it could just send a message to the car and retrieve the position.
If there is a fault code or an accident, it could just send a message.
The data use requirements for this should be minuscule (and so should the price).
It seems targeted at clueless technophobes who are willing to pay for (false) security.
Is that the best you can come up with? Most people at least can think of birds.
Fossil fuels, OTOH, have nasty problems like cancer, lung disease, heart disease, climate destruction (which will kill all the tortoises and birds as well as people, fish, etc. - everything except cockroaches).
Yeah, because there are no subsidies for fossil fuels.... oh, wait... about $5 trillion a year.
He makes stuff up. We make stuff up.
I guess I should have said "... but most gun rights advocates construct elaborate explanations for why it doesn't really say what it does say."
Clearly the national government shouldn't regulate the militia. But every militia has rules and regulations which is what differentiates a militia from a crazy person running around and shooting up schools.
I give you points for creativity.
Here's the whole thing:
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
A well regulated Militia is necessary and arms are necessary for the militia so people can keep and bear arms. It doesn't say anything about preventing congress from restricting arms and court decisions have held that they can restrict arms.
The amendment says that a well regulated militia is necessary and the militia needs arms.
It says nothing about unregulated crazies running around with guns.
Well... It's not any crazy who loves guns.
"Well regulated militia".
Militia is 1. An army composed of ordinary citizens rather than professional soldiers.
2. A military force that is not part of a regular army and is subject to call for service in an emergency.
The citizens were the "well regulated militia" part...
It also specifically mentions "a well regulated militia" but most gun rights advocates conveniently forget that part.
To be or not to be, that is the bottom line.