[quote]It doesn't because it was about well-regulated State military organizations, not individuals having guns for any reason.<hr></blockquote>
Nowhere in the 2nd amendment is state organization listed as a requirement.
Not necessarily state-sponsored Not necessarily an organization (or even all that organized).
It is not unreasonable at all to read into the 2nd amendment that a "well-regulated Militia" is simple a mass of citizens spread throughout the community who have registered their weapons and have taken shooting/gun safety classes. (And I think shooting/gun safety classes should be a requirement before purchasing a gun.)
FYI: I'm not one to use the 2nd amendment as a defense of personal-use gun ownership in a home-defense sense. While it certainly is a powerful protection for those of us who think guns don't put the evil into people, it most certainly isn't the only reference point.
The constitution's point isn't to provide rights, it's to limit the power of government. And while there certainly isn't anything in there saying "Citizens can have any gun they want and carry it around cowboy-style" I can't think of anything that gives the federal gov't the right to take a private citizen's weapons away.
[quote]When i said that strict interpretation of an holy script like the Kuran can lead to stupids behaviors like the extremist muslims i don't mean that somebody who follow strictly the second amendement is as stupid as extremist muslims.<hr></blockquote>
Actually, those who want to take guns away from law-abiding citizens are using an extremely strict reading of the 2nd amendment.
Your argument is counter-productive to your goal.
Those willing to read a right to privacy into the 1st amendment are suddenly very meticulous when they get to the 2nd amendment... amazing, eh?
I, personally, believe in being current and open-minded with our Constitution and her amendments. I advocate a well-reasoned reading of ALL amendments, not just those that suit my own personal political preferences of the moment.
[quote]If you ask me the same question for US : it will be more difficult to answer : not the same historical background.<hr></blockquote>
Thanks for recognizing that.