Sometimes, I really gotta ask myself, how many people ever give that line much thought? Those are some powerful words and the reasons WHY they are should be self-evident to anyone.
MANY debates are won or lost just in the first opening paragraphs. Why is that? Because the opening lines are the foundation of the premise. Thus, be the saying, "A house not built on a solid foundation cannot stand."
With that said, make sure all your foundational claims are based on facts, at least to the best of your abilities. This is a work to find the shortest yet most powerfully-worded truths to base our case on for "The RIGHT To Keep and Bare Arms.
I don't know about you but I get lost in trying to remember 10,000 different gun contol come back lines to fit all applications so I try to remember the smallest, yet most powerful to keep things simple.