I think it does, because the Bill of Rights was the contract between the Antifederalists and the Federalists. If Obama wanted to disarm a certain group of people, like the Nazis did to the Jews, then don't they have a God-given right to resist the Federal Government through violent self-defense? "The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed." Madison put the word "keep" in there for a reason. Further, they put the 2nd Amendment in when there was the 9th and 10th Amendments, so the hunting argument made by self-proclaimed "originalist" semi-tyrant Antonin Scalia doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Finally, a militia is different from the military. I think the well-regulated (meaning "kept regular" by 1791 definition) militia clause referred to a citizens militia, since the state militias were already referred to in the Constitution prior to the 2nd Amendment. Mentioning a police force to protect the citizens a second time would be redundant.