The Founding Fathers were sitting around a table sometime in 1776, working on the constitution. It had been a long day.

Father 1:  Whew! It's getting rather warm in here, isn't it?

Father 2:  Shall I open the window?

Father 1:  No, that's alright. I'll just take off my jacket, and roll up my sleeves.

Father 2:  Hey, that's a good idea. Why don't we include that in the constitution?

Father 1:  What? That we're allowed to take our jackets off and roll up our sleeves while at work?

Father 2:  Yeah, but that doesn't sound very smooth. How about "Everyone shall have the right to bare arms?"