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article imageGun advocates call for an armed million man march across America

By Eric Morales     Jan 26, 2013 in Politics
Emails have begun to circulate among second amendment supporters, calling for armed marches in various states as well as in the nations capitol.
"On February 8, 2013, join your fellow citizens and march on your state’s capital for our 2nd Amendment Rights before there is nothing left to stand for!" Reads the announcement on the Conservative Daily News Network.
The marches would occur in state capitols as well as in Washington D.C. where guns are highly restricted which has led to the organizers getting very creative, organizers are considering carrying toy guns to show their defiance.
The announcement making its way in emails and forums reads: "As a peaceful act of protest: We the people, on February 8th, 2013, will march on our State Capital in protest remember: The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution as ratified by the States and authenticated by Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State; 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. We the people of the United States of America (the country not the corporation), hereby declare to any and all who wish confiscate our guns, WE WILL NOT COMPLY!"
The Obama administration has begun pushing for gun control in the wake of the Sandy Hook school massacre in Newton, Connecticut. Senator Dianne Feinstein, has also introduced legislation that would ban several types of assault rifles, as well as high capacity magazines in the United States.
During President Obama's first term a rant by Rick Santelli on CNBC went viral sparking tea party protests through out the country. The movement went on to launch several politicians including, Michelle Bachmann and Marco Rubio onto the national stage.
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