Why is the privilege to drive treated like a right, and the right to bear arms treated like a privilege?
The constitution stated every American has the right to bear arms, even in the days of the West, if you got out of jail or prison you got your six shooter back. These days if you get a felony conviction, even if your crime had nothing to do with a gun, you lose your Constitutional right to have any. However, if you do time for felony drunk driving or hit and run, etc, at some point when you are free you can get your license back. Driving and having a driver’s license is a privilege, so why give back the license as if it were a right for people to be able to drive, even after they were convicted of a crime while driving. It is seem as if driving is a right and bearing arms is not. Why is that, shouldn’t that be the other way around?