West started off noting disappointment in the Supreme Court decision that makes gay marriage.
"There are those of you who are somewhat despondent, but just know that in every storm there is a rainbow — quite sure y'all get my tongue-in-cheek comment," West wrote. "Yep, since now the SCOTUS has determined it can bequeath a right to marriage across all 50 states, there is an interesting point to be made.
West explained that the Court used the 14th Amendment to come to the rationalization that prohibitions against gay marriage violate the Constitution. West suggests that the same reasoning should be used to consider other Constitutional rights such as the right to bear arms.
"Using the same 'due process clause' argument as the Supreme Court just applied to gay marriage, my concealed carry permit must now be recognized as valid in all 50 states and the District of Columbia," West concludes.
"Yes folks, there is a standing right called the Second Amendment, which grants the right to keep and bear arms, and that specifically granted right shall not be infringed. So, the SCOTUS does not need to have a court case and prolonged legal, judicial activism — that right exists. So, since I have moved from Florida to Texas, my concealed weapons permit is not only transferrable here, but all across the country, in all fifty states — or fifty-seven if you are President Obama. Yeehaw! "